Datenschutz in sozialen Netzwerken: Deutsche besonders empfindlich. F.A.Z.-Community. Latest Data on Facebook’s US Growth by Age and Gender – October 1, 2009. Latest Data on Facebook’s US Growth by Age and Gender – October 1, 2009 We’ve been keeping track of Facebook’s self-reported demographic statistics on the US market for a while now, and here’s the latest update for October 1, 2009.
While Facebook says these stats, provided to advertisers, are not necessarily real time, they do give us a sense of how Facebook is growing. On the whole, Facebook’s US audience grew by 8.6% in September to 88.3 million uniques (compare to latest data from Quantcast, Compete, and comScore). Here’s how Facebook’s gender and sex numbers break down as of today: (Note: about 5% of users do not report either gender or age, and are not included in this chart.)
Where did the growth come from? However, on the whole, we see that Facebook is still growing most quickly percentage-wise amongst users over 45 – an interesting demographic trend that started earlier this year. Sponsored Post Hands-On Social Media Training for Beginners. How Big is Social Media in the UK? The social media and networking phenomenon is growing extremely fast in the UK.
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