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August 8, 2012

Social Web : Demographic Influencers in 2012



 Social Media has been producing a detailed report on 59 social networks, showing the demographics of their users, the geographies in which they are popular and how often they are searched for, which is one indicator of popularity. As our report enters its fifth iteration, competition for social network membership is a worldwide battle. Facebook continues to dominate in much of the world, but in the Ukraine and Russia we see the rise of  Vkontakte and in China and Hong Kong we see Kaixin001 appealing to many men. Newer networks like Pinterest and Google+ keep the space in turmoil in the United States and beyond.
All this data can be confusing, though, so for the 2nd year in a row, we’ve broken down the winners and losers in social networks for 2012 using data from Google Ad Planner and Google Insights for Search and pulled out the highlights in an infographic.

January 6, 2012

With 2 Billion Users,Reddit is no 1, as Digg bites the dust


Social Aggregators  sites “ who were online media ‘s most happening  Stars” in 2004” have suddenly woken up to  some  impressive numbers  last December,2011
Reddit finished 2011 with some monster numbers. According to a post on the site’s blog, internal analytics show Reddit had more than two billion pageviews in the month of December 2011

Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Digg vs Reddit Market Share
Worldwide Data : 2010 to 2012



 Here are the making of how Reddit numbers shaped up
  •  2,065,237,338 pageviews
  • 34,879,881 unique visitors
  • 12.97 pages / visit
  • 16 minutes average time on site
  • Over 100 million monthly pageviews per employee
  • 100,000+ subreddits
  • 8,400+ subreddits with over 100 subscribers
 Reddit, a unit of Advance Publications (also the owner of Conde Nast) has been growing fast since 2010, Reddit appears to have eclipsed Digg in traffic in April 2011, but now Reddit’s traffic is more than twice that of Digg’s.

Users at Reditt  spends a average of 16mins on  the site .These numbers averages to 100 million monthly pageviews. Reddit broke the 1 billion pageview barrier last February.,2011



Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Digg vs Reddit Market Share  
United States Data : 2010 to 2012
Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Digg vs Reddit Market Share

May 17, 2011

April 8, 2011

Facebook gains 80 million new accounts in the first quarter of 2011!


Facebook has grown dramatically in the first quarter of 2011. Number of total users has grown from 585 million users to more than 665 million users! That means over 80 million new user registrations just in the first 3 months of the year. if the same speed is maintained ,Facebook  will be crossing the 700 million users barrier  by the end of this year

Nearly 30 % of the new account registrations have been made by users in the age group of 18-24 years of age. This age group constantly remains the strongest one on Facebook and at this moment represents over 210 million Facebook users overall.

Second biggest gain has been spotted in the age group of 25-34 years of age with almost 20 million new account registrations. This age group is the second strongest on Facebook with total of 174 million Facebook accounts.

Not surprisingly, the third biggest gain of Facebook users in the first quarter of 2011 has been in the age group of 35-44 years of age, almost 11 million new registrations and 90 million Facebook accounts in total.

More than 72 % of all Facebook users belong to one of the three above mentioned categories which means more than 475 million users are in the age between 18 and 44 years of age.