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August 28, 2011

Facebook is Now One trillion pageviews a Month and Counting

Facebook served over one trillion pageviews in June and again in July of this year, according to data from Google’s advertising services subsidiary DoubleClick. The data is estimated by Google, but in our own experience is very accurate.
In July 2011, the social network amassed 860 million unique visitors, approximately 100 million more than Facebook’s estimated 750 million user base. DoubleClick estimates Facebook’s reach at 50.1% of the global online audience. The average Facebook user spent a massive 25 minutes on the site during a single session.
Regarding age groups, 12% of Facebook users are under 17 years of age, 9% are between 18 and 24 years, 22% between 25 and 34 years, 24% between 35 and 44, 22% between 45 and 54, 7% between 55 and 64, and just 2% are aged 65 or more.
35% of Facebook users earn €18,000 or less, 16% earn between €18,001 and €27,000, 16% again earn between €27,001 and €36,000, 24% earn between €36,001 and €54,000, 5% earn between €54,001 and €72,000, while just 3% earn more than €72,001.
Both genders are represented equally on Facebook.
Other large internet properties like YouTube do compare somewhat with 710 million unique visitors in July 2011, although YouTube only managed to serve 100 billion pageviews during this period, significantly less than Facebo

July 10, 2011

Internet Usage in European Union : Statistical Insights

The increase in internet penetration in Europe in 2010 proceeds at about the same rate it did the years before. According to Eurostat Internet access in all countries belonging to the EU 27 is about 70% in 2010 of wich 61% are broadband connections. The highest penetration in 2010 was 91% in the Netherlands, followed by 90% in Luxembourg and Norway.The internet penetration in Germany is 82%, in France 74% and in the UK 80% ( source :internet retailers.EU )

Data Updated as of March, 2011

July 7, 2011

40% Increase in Mobile Mapping Usage

In France, the use of maps on mobile phones has shown a strong growth as the service gained 40 percent new users over the past year according to latest ComScore data.  Map usage on PCs grew at a much smaller rate of 6.2 percent. Although, the total user numbers show a different story. In May 2011, nearly 6 million mobile users accessed a map compared to 23 million PC users, almost 4 times as many.
The services most used on mobile as well as from PCs were Google Maps, Mappy and ViaMichelin.

March 13, 2011

Canada Online Users Regional Break up

The Ontario region made up the majority of Canada’s online audience in Q4 2010 with 38 percent, followed by Quebec with 24 percent. The smallest region was the Atlantic with 7 percent of the online audience.