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35% of TwoA Facebook followers are married
30% are in a relationship
30% are single
and 5% are engaged

Have you “liked” or visited our Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Facebook page yet ? Here are a few facts about it that may interest you.
 
40 per cent of those who like the main facebook page of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are in a management role.
 
The next highest number of likes came from people who are employed in sales.
 




 



 
 


Facebook Audience insights – Maori language interest 2015 August 17
Google Education

 
 
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Published On: 08 September 2015

Article By: James Ihaka and Charis Oldfield



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