A Collection of Social Network Stats for 2010

For the third year running (see 2008, 2009) I’m going to aggregate stats in the social networking space on a single blog post, and update it through the year.  Data fiends should bookmark this post for future reference.

Stats are important but on their own, they don’t tell us much
Stats on social networks are important, but don’t rely on them alone. Data is like fire, it can be used for good and bad, proper insight and analysis is always required. Beyond that, you’ll often see conflicting stats across the industry as everyone has different methodologies, as a result, this listing will help you to see the greater trends –not numbers without context.

How to interpret stats
Numbers don’t tell us much without insight and interpretation, in fact, you’re going to see conflicting numbers of usage from many of the agencies and social networks themselves. The key is to look at trend movements, don’t focus on the specific numbers but the changes to them over time. Put more weight on active unique users in the last 30 days vs overall registered, in fact, the actual active conversion rate will often range from 10-40% of actual users sticking around and using the social network, so don’t be fooled by puffed numbers. No single metric is a good indicator, you have to evaluate the usage from multiple dimensions, so you also have to factor in what are users doing, time on site, interaction, and of course, did they end up buying, recommending products, or improving their lives.


A Collection of Social Network Stats for 2010
I’ll be updating this post throughout the year, bookmark it, and share it with others.

Comparison: All Social Networks

  • “The data doesn’t deny that Facebook has come to dominate social networking in the US, and overtook MySpace in 2009. But MySpace’s 57 million US unique users are nothing to sneeze at – it’s still a top web property with users who are highly engaged. The second tier networks, such as Tagged, Hi5, MyYearbook and Bebo, still receive an impressive 3-6 million uniques per month, and users spend a fair amount of time on those sites. BlackPlanet users spent 3.6 minutes longer interacting with the site than the average Facebook visitor. MyYearbook and Tagged users were on these sites more than 3 minutes longer than the average MySpace visitor. There is definitely addictive behavior occuring on these other sites.” LeeAnn Prescott (Someone I personally trust), Feb 2009
  • Nielsen published stats showing that “three of the world’s most popular brands online are social-media related (Facebook, YouTube and Wikipedia) and the world now spends over 110 billion minutes on social networks and blog sites. This equates to 22 percent of all time online or one in every four and half minutes. For the first time ever, social network or blog sites are visited by three quarters of global consumers who go online, after the numbers of people visiting these sites increased by 24% over last year. The average visitor spends 66% more time on these sites than a year ago, almost 6 hours in April 2010 versus 3 hours, 31 minutes last year.” Nielsen, June, 2010

By Region and Geography

  • Japan: This slideshare has data on Japan’s mobile behaviors, and demonstrates how most social networks are accessed through mobile devices, and discusses Twitter, Facebook, and other social network adoption. Japan’s Cellphone Edge, 2010.

Facebook

  • Facebook keeps it’s stats page updated, and boasts over 350mm users. Facebook, ongoing
  • Facebook has announced 400mm users, Feb 5, 2010.
  • Infographic on Auguts 2009 Facebook stats, including usage, size, adoption rates by Mashable, on Feb 12.
  • Facebook demonstrates growth in total number of visitors (now over Yahoo, for second place) and a high degree of attention (time on site) “Facebook has surged past Yahoo as the number two most popular site in the U.S., drawing nearly 134 Million Unique Visitors in January, 2010. It’s been two full years since we’ve seen a shakeup at the top In February, 2008, Google overtook Yahoo as number one, and never looked back.” Compete, Feb 18, 2010
  • Usage of casual gaming (Farmville, mafia wars) is suggested to be by moms.  A PopCap survey reports that “The PopCap study showed that 55 percent of all social gamers in the U.S. are women, as are almost 60 percent of those in the UK. The average age in the U.S. is 48, which is substantially older than the 38-year-old average in the UK, and 46 percent of American social gamers are 50 or older, compared with just 23 percent in the UK. Only 6 percent of all social gamers are age 21 or younger.”  Via GigaOm, Feb 18
  • Facebook visitors to other sites are apparently more sticky  at least by a few margin points: “To offer one example, 81% of visits to CNN.com in the week to March 6, 2010 were returning visitors while 84% of visitors to CNN.com that came from Facebook.com were returning visitors and 72% from Google News were returning visitors.”  One could argue that these Facebook users are more engaged, or content that is recommended to them by friends is more relevant. Hitwise, March 18
  • Facebook has cross the 500mm user mark, see blog post from CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg, July 21, 2010
  • Top countries adopting Facebook: United States, UK, Indonesia, see stats from Royal Pingdom, August, 2010

LinkedIn

  • Now has 60mm users, “Over the past year, network has seen a significant amount of growth, especially internationally. As of last December, the network had 55 million members, so its grown by 5 million in less than two months. In October, LinkedIn’s network’s CEO, Jeff Weiner, said in the post that half of LinkedIn’s membership is international. ” reports Techcrunch, Feb 11

Tagged

  • All data told to me by Tagged directly on March 24 by ssarner at tagged.com
  • Statistics: Total Registered Users: 100 Million
  • Global Monthly Unique Visitors: 16 million
  • USA Monthly Unique Visitors: 6 million
  • Daily Users: 3.5 million
  • Monthly Page Views: 7 billion
  • Attention USA (comScore) Average Minutes per Visit: 12.2 – #1 social network
  • Total Monthly Minutes: 796 Million – #3 social network
  • 10 million new friend connections made everyday
  • Tagged “Meet Me” application produces 40 million daily page views
  • Over 100,000 user generated virtual gifts, TAGS and skins available.
  • Average of 75,000 100,000 new daily registrants

Twitter

  • Hubspot luanches a report of Twitter.com registrations and shows a decrease in rate of adoption. There’s also useful data within the report about followers and their behaviors based on a sample methodology. Hubspot, Jan 19, 2010.
  • Sysmos launched a report about global usage of Twitter, with most adoption in US. Interesting that the key nugget is “… the number of U.S. unique users was 50.8%, a sharp drop from 62.1% in June. This suggests the use of Twitter outside the U.S. has experienced significant growth over the past six months.”, Jan 14th, Sysmos. Thanks Jean in the comments for the submission.
  • Data indicates that many Twitter users are not active. read “The number of Twitter users has climbed to a lofty 75 million, but the growth rate of new users is slowing and a lot of current Twitterers are inactive” ComputerWorld, Jan 28
  • Twitter themselves finally publish numbers indicating there are 50mm tweets created each day.  “Folks were tweeting 5,000 times a day in 2007. By 2008, that number was 300,000, and by 2009 it had grown to 2.5 million per day. Tweets grew 1,400% last year to 35 million per day. Today, we are seeing 50 million tweets per day–that’s an average of 600 tweets per second. (Yes, we have TPS reports.)” Twitter, Feb 22
  • Twitter co-owner Biz Stone has revealed that the site now has 105 million registered users. He revealed the startling number at a Twitter developer conference, aptly title Chirp, and also mentioned that 30,000 people a day are signing up to tweet. Techradar, from Twitter, April 14
  • Black people, who account for about 12% of the population in general, make up 25% of the Twitter population. Business Insider May 2010

Yelp

  • As Yelp has grown from fledgling start-up to critical mass website, serving over 30 million visitors a month. Brainstorm tech, April .

YouTube

  • Find out who is creating the top YouTube videos and who is embedding them. “The study also looked at the demographics of bloggers who embed these videos. In general, 20-to-35-year-old bloggers embed most of the videos (57%), followed by teenagers (20%) and bloggers over 35 (20%).” Including stats on average number of comments, duration and other tidbits, Read Write Web, Feb 15.

Mobile, Desktop and Social Networks

  • There’s a sea change in more people using social networks from mobile devices rather than desktop clients “more people are using the mobile web to socialize (91%) compared to the 79% of desktop users who do the same. It appears that the mobile phone is actually a better platform for social networking than the PC.”  Ruder Fin via Read Write Web, Feb 2010

I’ll continue to update this page over time, please leave a comment if you have 2010 submissions, I’ll credit you.

487 Replies to “A Collection of Social Network Stats for 2010”

  1. From sysomos: Exploring the Use of Twitter Around the World

    In their initial Twitter report published last June, one of the areas that explored were the countries and cities where Twitter was being used. Not surprisingly, nearly two-thirds of unique users (62.1%) were located in the U.S., while the U.K. and Canada were a distant second and third.

    http://blog.sysomos.com/2010/01/14/exploring-th

  2. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  3. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  4. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  5. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  6. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  7. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  8. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  9. Hi Jeremiah, Will hang around to see the future posts as you update them, you have shared some great advice on how data can be useful and time wasting, so that means its important to have a specialist data analyst working on social media trends of the brand as well.

  10. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  11. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  12. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  13. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  14. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  15. Look forward to seeing what you release Jeremiah. Have really enjoyed your last 2 posts for my social media research. A lot of valuable information. Will be checking back soon.

    Would love to talk about collaboration (maybe an interview) for my young entrepreneur blog http://Unstrappd.com.

    Cheers on your success!

    Bradley

  16. does anyone have access to the latest figures on social network membership in graphical form? or send a url, please…thanks!

    sd

  17. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  18. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  19. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  20. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  21. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  22. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  23. I read somewhere recently that the time spent on twitter was an average of 18 minutes per month compared to 7.5 hours for facebook. I think this should be a consideration when comparing stats. On the other hand, in that 18 minutes the users probably had more of a chance to click on a relevant link and be off that page in a hurry compared to facebook where they linger, chat with friends and don't want to find interesting links to click on. If you could include some information or stats about the time spent on these social media tools that would be wonderful, especially if we can trend that throughout the year.

  24. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  25. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  26. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  27. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  28. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  29. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  30. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  31. Lisa & Jeremiah: I just read this somewhere as well, but the only data I can find is a report released by Nielsen on Feb 16 that states time on Facebook has jumped to 7 hours per month as of Jan 2010 (http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobi…) Mashable comments that time spent on Facebook is now more per month than time spent on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft/Bing, Wikipedia, and Amazon combined (http://mashable.com/2010/02/16/facebook-nielsen…). No mention of Twitter though. Thanks for these stats Jeremiah! I often use a few stats when I teach Social Media 101 at conferences and I like to keep them up to date. I'll definitely follow this page!

  32. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  33. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  34. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  35. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  36. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  37. Thanks Jeremiah…it's critical for all of us to stay aware of this data, and to look at it through strategic eyes. You help us do that!

  38. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  39. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  40. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  41. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  42. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  43. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  44. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  45. A quarter of social media users are between the ages of 35 and 44. 64 percent of Twitter’s users are over the age of 35 as well, with the average age of 39

  46. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  47. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  48. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  49. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  50. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  51. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  52. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  53. excellent compilation of the real-time status on the social web. thanks! interested to see development of standardized ROI metrics for visibility and customer engagement in business. any best practice index metrics or metrics by industry?

  54. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  55. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  56. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  57. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  58. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  59. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  60. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

  61. It seems that most of the social networking sites are growing at a significantly faster pace in 2010 vs. 2009. For the mobile growth, it's really not all that suprising with alot of the large carriers introducing new data packs as part of their standard monthly packages. I read in a study recently (via CNN money) the useage of social networking sites on mobile devices is now higher than on desktop platforms.

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  70. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  71. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  72. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  73. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  74. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  75. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  76. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  77. Look for “The Quality of Online and Offline Relationships: The Role of Multiplexity and Duration of Social Relationships.” Mesch, Gustavo1,2 gustavo@soc.haifa.ac.il
    Talmud, Ilan1 Information Society; Jul-Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p137-148, 12p, 5 charts

    May lead you to more recent research

  78. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  79. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  80. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  81. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  82. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  83. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  84. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  85. Wow, thanks again, Jeremiah. You manage to nicely aggregate a lot of useful information in this post and it's very handy that you keep it updated. Ctrl+D'ed!

  86. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  87. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  88. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  89. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  90. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  91. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  92. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  93. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  94. Thanks for that blog very interesting.
    Do you know how many user Second Life at 2010?
    I can not fid this information online.
    I'm writing a comparative analisys between Facebook and SeconLife, as a university assignment if you know a web page that can help me please let me know.

    Thanks

  95. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  96. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  97. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  98. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  99. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  100. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  101. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  102. Hi Jeremiah,

    This blog is really helpful for my final year dissertation at university! Thanks!

    Do you know how many people worldwide own social network site accounts to date? combining Facebook, MySpace and Twitter?

    Thanks

  103. Could there be also a ranking on which social network account's page design looks best? I am new in graphic design and is having my twitter account background as venue for practice. Since I don't have much experience yet, I just explore between two professional twitter backgrounds which are both an excellent type of a professional twitter background I think. On my next blog, I maybe using one of retro twitter backgrounds. For starters, I guess being a minimalist is forgivable (pun intended).

  104. Hi,
    Jeremiah Owyang,
    Thanks for giving the update. that's really sounds good. With the emergence of WEB 2.0, the most prolific things came out, as the result Social Media or Social network. which in terns change completely the way masses using the information superhighway. So is the charms of it, that's a Super star is just a single click away to you and your imagination. I also have a blog where i kept some facts about the Social network few days back. check it at…
    http://design4web.wordpress.com hope i could get some more information from coming days originating from your ends.
    Bye..

  105. Tap ki awaj ayi jaise mera lund bahar nikla . uske thuk se pura lund sana huya tha. Wo boli bahut majedar hai tumhara lund. Bilkul lollypop ki tarah. Chusne me maja aa gaya. Maine kaha kisi din aram se chuswaunga. Pahle teri chudai karne de. Phir maine uski chut ko garam karne ki haisiyat se uski chut mein apni right middle finger dali aur phir uske baad apna tounge uski chut ki parat ke upar nachane laga. wo apna gand utha utha kar nachne lagi. Aur bolne lagi prem ab jibh se mat karo aur meri chudai karo. Main mari ja rahi hun. Ab mujhe bhi uspe taras aa gaya.

    Hum dono ka sharir pasine se lath path ho gaya tha. Halanki ac chal rahi thi lekin hamari acting hi yesi thi ki wo ac bhi phel ho gaya. Phir maine jaldi se apne lund ka supada uski chut ke upar ragadne naga. Wo boli andar daldo prem mat tarpao. Main bhi to mara ja raha tha. Maine uski gand ke niche ek takiya rakha aur uski chut ko upar uthate huye apna lund uski chut me pel diya. Maine kaha lund ghus gaya sulekha. Wo boli han ghus gayi ab jaldi se pelna chalu kar do. Maine yesa sunte hi ek jor ka jhatka mara aur mera pura lund uski chut me phat se ghus gaya.

    Akhir chudwayi hui chut thi na isliye jyada pareshani nahi hui. Phir bhi itni tight to thi hi ki maja aa sake. Ham itne uttejit ho gaye the ki hame condom tak lagane ka ehsas nahi hua. Phir maine apne lund ko age pichhe sarkana chalu kar diya. Wo ah ah kare ja rahi thi. ‘aur pelun sulekha’

    ‘pelo na ahh yese hi chodte raho’ ‘thap thap ah ah ah yesi hi marun teri chut sulekha’ ‘marte rajo prem raja’ ‘kya chut hai teri sulekha darling maja aa gaya yesi chudai ka’‘tera lund bhi mast hai prem raja, yese ki fuck karte raho’ Wo apna gand uthake mere lund ghusai ka jabardast jawab de rahi thi. Thap thap ki mast awaj ha rahi thi. Mere dono andkosh uski gand be baj rahe the. Maine uski gand ko apne dono hatho se pakda aur apni speed badhai.

    Wo ah ah ah yesi hi chodo. Ahhh fuck me like this kiye ja rahi thi aur mera josh badhe ja raha tha. Maine bich bich me uski hotho ki chummi le liya karta tha. Mujhe laga ki ab main jayda der thahar nahi payunga. Maine socha doggy style me chudai karte hai. lekin ab mera lund jawab dene dene pe tha. Meine socha ki chalo dusre round me doggy style me chodunga. Mujhe laga wo bhi jaldi hi jharne wali hogi. Wo apni gand teji se upar uthane lagi aur boli chodte raho rukna nahi maine girne wali hun. Ahh raja bilkul chodu hai tu kya chudai karte ho. ahh maja aa gaya yese hi raja.. ahh ahhh ohhhh fuck me like this ahhhh. Phir maine uski dono chuchiyou ko apne hath me pakda aur uske hoth pe apna hoth sataya aur uske jibh se apna jibh takrate huye jor se lund andar bahar karne laga. ahh mujhe bhi jannat ka maja mil raha tha. Maine kaha darling maja aa raha hai na. wo boli han raja bas chodte raho rukna nahi. phat path phat path awaj hone lagi jab uski chut thodi chaudi hui mere lund se. wo thodi der bad jhar gayi aur mein bhi apna lund andar bahar karte karte uski chut me hi jhar gaya aur apna gadha virya uski chut me pel diya.

    Hum dono apas me karib 5-7 min tak chipke rahe aur parm anand ka ahsas hone diya. Uske bad wo bathroom gayi aur shayad apna chut saph kiya. Maine bhi apna lund dhoya. Wapas aake wo kapde pahane lagi to maine use kaha darling kyo kapde pahan rahe ho abhi ek round aur lagana hai sone se pehle. Wo boli tum mast chodte ho.

    maine bhi kaha ki tu mast chudwati ho. tumhare gand hialne ka tarika mujhse sabse achcha laga. maine kaha hum ek ghante tak sote hai phir main uthke tumko ek bar chodunga. Wo man gayi.Hum dono nange hi ek dusre ki bahau me bahe dale so gaye…..uske pas ek alarm ghadi thi. maine time dekha to 12 baj rahe the. Maine 1 baje ka alarm lagaya aur uski mast chuchi pe apna sar rakhke so gaya.

  106. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  107. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  108. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  109. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  110. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  111. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  112. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  113. Would like to contribute one more stat: Bazaarvoice serviing 7 Billion pieces of user generated content per month across all client sites. Addingg to 110 Billion over the last five years. Shows the importance of social commerce.

  114. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  115. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  116. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  117. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  118. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  119. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  120. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  121. This is a great insights on what's happening on each social media. The list of social media you gave our really the ones being use by most people. This social medias does have pros and cons when using.

  122. Hi, I'm doing an honours thesis on teen's use of social networking sites (focus on Australia) and in particular MySpace. Do you have any 2010 stats on anything relevant to this? It is hard to find up-to-date stats on this stuff. Thanks!

  123. Hi, I'm doing an honours thesis on teen's use of social networking sites (focus on Australia) and in particular MySpace. Do you have any 2010 stats on anything relevant to this? It is hard to find up-to-date stats on this stuff. Thanks!

  124. Hi, I'm doing an honours thesis on teen's use of social networking sites (focus on Australia) and in particular MySpace. Do you have any 2010 stats on anything relevant to this? It is hard to find up-to-date stats on this stuff. Thanks!

  125. Hi, I'm doing an honours thesis on teen's use of social networking sites (focus on Australia) and in particular MySpace. Do you have any 2010 stats on anything relevant to this? It is hard to find up-to-date stats on this stuff. Thanks!

  126. would you please kindly provide a table /a chart to summarize the statistic? thx

  127. would you please kindly provide a table /a chart to summarize the statistic? thx

  128. would you please kindly provide a table /a chart to summarize the statistic? thx

  129. would you please kindly provide a table /a chart to summarize the statistic? thx

  130. The problem with number crunching is you don't see the real impact. I'm hearing/reading that Twitter “isn't that active” – yet I have friends daily who are getting picked up by publishers. My opinion 'you ain't seen nothing yet.”

  131. The problem with number crunching is you don't see the real impact. I'm hearing/reading that Twitter “isn't that active” – yet I have friends daily who are getting picked up by publishers. My opinion 'you ain't seen nothing yet.”

  132. The problem with number crunching is you don't see the real impact. I'm hearing/reading that Twitter “isn't that active” – yet I have friends daily who are getting picked up by publishers. My opinion 'you ain't seen nothing yet.”

  133. The problem with number crunching is you don't see the real impact. I'm hearing/reading that Twitter “isn't that active” – yet I have friends daily who are getting picked up by publishers. My opinion 'you ain't seen nothing yet.”

  134. Updates:

    LinkedIn now boasts 70 million members on their Web site.

    Also, the LeAnn Prescott artricle should read Feb 2010, not 2009.

    Thanks again for the stats!

  135. Updates:

    LinkedIn now boasts 70 million members on their Web site.

    Also, the LeAnn Prescott artricle should read Feb 2010, not 2009.

    Thanks again for the stats!

  136. Updates:

    LinkedIn now boasts 70 million members on their Web site.

    Also, the LeAnn Prescott artricle should read Feb 2010, not 2009.

    Thanks again for the stats!

  137. Interesting how you said numbers don't mean anything without interpretation and insight yet you neglected to offer either interpretation of or insight into the numbers you posted directly following that statement.

    Also, based on my observations in the usage of the site, I would venture to say that the majority of the 70M users on LinkedIn are spam/scam/duplicate accounts. Those numbers would be a lot more believable if they would offer an affordable price point ability for people to verify who they say they are and who they say they represent. This would help to weed out all those spammers/scammers (and would serve as a disincentive for the people who are intentionally or accidentally creating duplicate accounts), and would provide a measure of trust that currently does not exist there (and which is eroding further and further every day).

  138. Interesting how you said numbers don't mean anything without interpretation and insight yet you neglected to offer either interpretation of or insight into the numbers you posted directly following that statement.

    Also, based on my observations in the usage of the site, I would venture to say that the majority of the 70M users on LinkedIn are spam/scam/duplicate accounts. Those numbers would be a lot more believable if they would offer an affordable price point ability for people to verify who they say they are and who they say they represent. This would help to weed out all those spammers/scammers (and would serve as a disincentive for the people who are intentionally or accidentally creating duplicate accounts), and would provide a measure of trust that currently does not exist there (and which is eroding further and further every day).

  139. Interesting how you said numbers don't mean anything without interpretation and insight yet you neglected to offer either interpretation of or insight into the numbers you posted directly following that statement.

    Also, based on my observations in the usage of the site, I would venture to say that the majority of the 70M users on LinkedIn are spam/scam/duplicate accounts. Those numbers would be a lot more believable if they would offer an affordable price point ability for people to verify who they say they are and who they say they represent. This would help to weed out all those spammers/scammers (and would serve as a disincentive for the people who are intentionally or accidentally creating duplicate accounts), and would provide a measure of trust that currently does not exist there (and which is eroding further and further every day).

  140. What about Blogging? I am trying to find recent stats for blogging and the data I am finding is as new as 2009. 🙁

  141. I read a report months ago – it was a study saying that over 60% of Facebook users drop after the first month. As in the create an account, use it for a bit and then perm. stop using it after the first month. Another study I read regarding Twitter was that 40% of users, Tweet less than 4 times per year and that the drop off rate was near 63% after the first month – again, create an account, blah blah and then adios!

  142. I read a report months ago – it was a study saying that over 60% of Facebook users drop after the first month. As in the create an account, use it for a bit and then perm. stop using it after the first month. Another study I read regarding Twitter was that 40% of users, Tweet less than 4 times per year and that the drop off rate was near 63% after the first month – again, create an account, blah blah and then adios!

  143. I read a report months ago – it was a study saying that over 60% of Facebook users drop after the first month. As in the create an account, use it for a bit and then perm. stop using it after the first month. Another study I read regarding Twitter was that 40% of users, Tweet less than 4 times per year and that the drop off rate was near 63% after the first month – again, create an account, blah blah and then adios!

  144. Thanks for this – it would be great to see these types of stats on gapminder – has anyone done this?

  145. Thanks for this – it would be great to see these types of stats on gapminder – has anyone done this?

  146. Thanks for this – it would be great to see these types of stats on gapminder – has anyone done this?

  147. The key is to look at trend movements, don’t focus on the specific numbers but the changes to them over time.

  148. The key is to look at trend movements, don’t focus on the specific numbers but the changes to them over time.

  149. The key is to look at trend movements, don’t focus on the specific numbers but the changes to them over time.

  150. This is great information. I'm currently working on how to build a business teaching other businesses how to use the social media. It's looking like I'll be coming to your blog quite a bit. Thank you for the information!

  151. …out of curiosity. Can anyone think of a study that calculates the South Australian social network stats?

  152. Yess i can imagine all those starving kids in Africa will be surfing the web on thier blackberries. Idiot. Either that or u meant “people” as in people in developed countries. That is also stupid. Man I don't usually get angry but ur such an idiot my god

  153. The real news for me is LinkedIn's growth. LinkedIn is slowly revolutionizing the way people look for jobs – I personally know more and more people who search for jobs (and find them) using this Network.

  154. Hi guys,

    Some really interesting Stats here.

    I would like to provide some more interesting ones:

    Twitter:

    -Micro-blogging (i.e. Twitter) is now the most widely adopted social media tactic, used by 78% of company respondents and 74% of agency clients.

    – Only 27% of companies are using Twitter as a customer service tool (“to react to customer
    service issues and inquiries”). A similar percentage (25%) say they use Twitter as a customer
    feedback tool.

    Facebook:

    – The average session time for a user visiting Facebook is 27 minutes and 12 seconds.

    Hope you found these helpful!!

    For a full Social Media Statistics document we have a compilation of internet statistics and online market research with data, facts, charts and figures that are ideal for presentations, business cases or client pitches, RFPs and understanding the marketplace as a whole see: http://ecly.co/9xZmVv

  155. *sarcasm* Yay more old people. 🙂 *end of sarcasm* The last thing we need is our parents on Facebook and stalking our every move. Yuk.

  156. Very useful info…but can you also tell how coporate users are increasingly using facebook for emplyee branding…probably facebook could soon be edging out linkedin…any stats on this ? Regards Anshumali Saxena Social Medai Marketing evangelist

  157. Hey, I’ve got some interesting data. Users of Facebook will form a total of more than 17 million years this year alone. @.@

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