This article depicts how users in different countries around the world interact with social media.
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Twitter was born mobile. With 10 million users in the UK, people reach for Twitter on the sofa, on the move and in the moment.
- 80% of UK users access Twitter via a mobile device.
- Mobile users are 40% more likely than the average user to access Twitter more than once a day.
With the increasing adoption of mobile devices and the popularity of video-sharing sites such as YouTube and Vimeo, it’s clear that mobile video will be the “next big thing”. The recent introduction of apps like Vine and Facebook’s mobile video sharing, shows that the social media landscape is broadening even further into video content. Check out these facts and learn why the rising growth in video adoption is significant for marketers.
Check out some of DashBurst’s social network statistics to better understand how social media is influencing users at a rapid rate. “It has never been easier to be as influential as you can be today.” But just what makes social media such as powerful tool?
2012 was a year of social media shake-ups platforms, and a tighter integration of social media into existing business processes. As the dust of the 2012 social media scuffle settles, now is a perfect time to look back at how each social network performed. The Nielsen Group measured the performance of the major networks and we have compiled the statistics into a series of report cards. Take a look at each network’s growth, monthly visitors and estimated marketing ROI.
Now Google, Bing and Yahoo are avenues for connecting with products and services. It’s no secret that SEO has changed dramatically over time, to provide consumers what they want and to prevent marketers from gaming the system.