Time Spent on Social Networks up 82%Around the World
By Brian Solis, blogger at BrianSolis.comand principal of FutureWorks, Author of the new book
,Putting the Public Back in Public Relations
Now Is Gone
Nielsen recently released anew reportthat officially documents what many of usalready know, just never substantiated through data. According to a study published at the end of January 2010, Nielsen observed the online social activity of consumers around the world and discovered an 82% increase in time spent onsocial networking sites in December 2009. On average, users spent more thanfive and a half hours on popular networks such as Facebook and Twitter inDecember 2009. In December 2008, users clocked just over three hours on socialnetworking sites.
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