Facebook Vs Twitter: Which Is Best? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Last week we entered the world of design nerds and asked which font was your favourite for standard web text. Pulling ahead from the rest of the pack was Verdana, now clearly a favourite with MakeUseOf readers.

With a total of 308 votes, readers were divided as follows: 17% love using Verdana; 15% love the Arial family of fonts; 9% prefer Helvetica; 9% don’t care as long as it’s Sans Serif; 8% love Calibri; 7% use Georgia; 6% use Tahoma; 5% like Times New Roman; 3% love the Lucida family; 3% don’t care as long as it’s Serif; 3% actually voted for Comic Sans, but we hope they were joking; and 2% love Garamond. All other fonts gained less than 2% of the votes each.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

It seems that MakeUseOf readers are quite partial to using a Sans Serif font for standard web text.

This week’s poll question is: Facebook Vs Twitter: Which Is Best?

Yes, when deciding which method of communication to use it’s all about using the right tool for the job, thinking of which network of people is best for the message and all that. But put all those thoughts aside and just choose which tool you like best: Facebook or Twitter?

Of course, you’ve got to have some reason as to why you chose the one you did. Which did you choose – Facebook or Twitter? Why? Where do you have the best conversations? Which one’s easier to use? Which one annoys you most?

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