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I’d like to share a brief demographic analysis of social networks that helps explain who uses social networks, and for what purpose. Before diving in, I think its best to discuss where our data comes from. Amzini is a directory of over 900 social websites that are visited over 7 billion times per month, by over 900 million visitors ( Compete.com ). We collect demographic information on each website from Alexa.com , who uses their toolbar to provide estimations of the audience's composition for each site.
The world belongs to those who understand it. In the social media ecosphere, we at Strategic Objectives believe those who understand their audiences best have the highest likelihood of generating the best results. PRs need to understand how to tell a brand’s story and make it speak to audiences so effectively that the message can transcend all platforms and inspire sharing. PRs are natural communicators, but even here, you really need to understand your audience to maximize results.
Renren is preparing for an IPO today at a $4+ billion dollar valuation. We can also prepare for a billion articles selling Renren as “The Facebook of China.” Here’s why that’s NOT true. 1) Facebook is dominant, Renren is NOT Facebook is stunningly dominant, a single network that spans demographics, generations, and geographies .
NOTES: (1) The Asian Internet Statistics were updated for June 30, 2012. (2) The Facebook subscriber data was updated for December 31, 2012. (3) CLICK on each country name to see detailed data for individual countries and regions. (4) The demographic (population) numbers are based mainly on data contained in Census Bureau . (5) The usage numbers come from various sources, mainly from data published by Nielsen Online , ITU , and other trustworthy sources. (6) Data may be cited, giving due credit and establishing an active link to Internet World Stats . (7) For navigation help, definitions and methodology, see the site surfing guide . (*) China figures do not include SAR Hong Kong, SAR Macao nor Taiwan, which are reported separately for statistical purposes. Copyright © 2013, Miniwatts Marketing Group . All rights reserved worldwide. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
NOTES: (1) USA State Population data is projection for June, 2010, pending Official Year 2010 U.S. Census results. (2) The Facebook Usage Statistics are for August 31, 2010. Please note D.C. penetration data is out of limits, this is probably due to non-resident Facebook users. (3) USA Internet estimates are based on figures from the U.S. Census Bureau surveys. (4) Other Internet usage numbers come from data published by Nielsen , ITU , IWS , and other trustworthy research sources. (5) Data from this table may be cited, giving the due credit and establishing an active link back to Internetworldstats.com .
North America Internet Stats > Site Links > United States of America Internet Usage Statistics 239,893,600 Internet users as of June/10, 77.3% of the population, according to ITU . Latest Population Estimate 310,232,863 population for 2010, according to the US Census Bureau . Gross National Income GNI per capita is US$ 46,900 ('08) according to World Bank Country Area 9,629,047 sq km - Population density is 31 persons per sq km United States Official Statistics US Data and Statistics United States Statistics - State by State US Internet State by State Statistics (New Content) Internet Usage and Population Growth G.N.I.p.c. = Per Capita Gross National Income in US dollars, historic series .
Social Media Marketing Industry Report By Michael Stelzner Social media is seen by many marketers as the next gold rush. NOTE: Click here to see the 2012 version of this report . To understand how marketers are using social media, we commissioned the Social Media Marketing Industry Report: How Marketers Are Using Social Media to Grow Their Businesses .
A Statistical Comparison Between China and United States All $ US Currency/ Source TIME Mar. 19. 2007 China Tourism Trade with Canada in 2006 Source: Tourism Industr China Economic Development Data
Explore this interactive graphic to find out which are the biggest sites on the internet, as measured by the Nielsen company. This feature is part of SuperPower, a season of programmes exploring the power of the internet. About this data The data used to generate the interactive treemap visualisation were collected by the Nielsen company and covers the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Brazil, US and Australia.
Ignite Social Media // Blog // Social Media Stats // 2011 Social Network Analysis Report – Geographic – Demographic and Traffic Data Revealed Using Data to Rank 2011′s Top 20 Internet, Social Media and SEO blogs For three years now, the folks at Cision have ranked the Top 100 blogs in our category by looking at specific data points. These data points are designed to reward actual site performance versus popularity or “Internet fame.” Last year, Ignite Social Media was ranked second, only to the blog powerhouse Mashable.
Although Facebook is by far the largest social network out there, the social network sphere is large and has a ton of players. We were curious about which of them are the most active. To find these sites, we decided to focus on the number of daily visitors to each site. The number of (unique) daily visitors is an interesting metric since it doesn’t rely on registered users (who may or may not be active) or monthly visitors, where some may visit the site as seldom as once per month. In short, you get a good idea of the day-to-day activity on a site. Number of visitors per day