Sunday, February 28

Mobile Social Networking More Popular than Desktop « Socialnomics – Social Media Blog

By Erik Qualman

A recent article by Sarah Perez of ReadWriteWeb indicates that a recent study from Ruder Finn shows that American mobile users:

  • 2.7 hours per day on the mobile web
  • 91% use the mobile web to socialize vs 79% of desktop users
  • 45% post comments on social networks
  • 43% are connecting with friends on social networks
  • 40% share content
  • 38% share photos

This seems to support the finding from yesterday’s post  (Facebook Zero) that 50% of the mobile usage in the UK goes to Faceook (GSMA Data).  We are going to see if search, mobile and social all merge into a beautiful symbiotic relationship.  From a user perspective, I certainly hope so.

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  2. A big difference the mobile users in America and china as this statement shows ... as according to this report 2.7 hours per day are spending on mobile web in America so this is a great difference with china...

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