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Bookmark It: A Comprehensive Look At 2014 Global Internet And Social Media Stats [DECK]

Bookmark It: A Comprehensive Look At 2014 Global Internet And Social Media Stats [DECK]

Global digital agency We Are Social‘s new 183-page, insight-packed report on the key social, digital, and mobile stats from around the world illustrates just how far-reaching social media is in 2014.

Given that there are 2.5 billion+ global Internet users today – an incredible 35% of the world’s population – plus 1.9 billion social networks users on the planet, Twitter’s, and other social networks’, increasing penetration worldwide is unsurprising, but impressive.

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U.S., Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, Latin America – Social Media Growth Worldwide [INFOGRAPHIC]

U.S., Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, Latin America - Social Media Growth Worldwide [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that nearly 1 in 4 people worldwide will use social media in 2013, and that by next year, two billion users globally will log on to platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram?

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The International Social Media Landscape 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that there are now 2.4 billion internet users around the world?

This figure has almost doubled in the past half-decade, with social platforms such as Twitter and Facebook both reaping the benefits, and contributing significantly to this overall growth. However, while India, Indonesia and China have all seen a tremendous increase in social media users over the past year, it isn’t necessarily where you’d expect.

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One In Four People Worldwide Use Social Media [STUDY]

You probably knew that social media was popular – the rapidly-growing audiences of Facebook, Twitter and the other top platforms are heavily touted, after all – but a new study has unveiled just how big social networking has become, and, perhaps more impressively, is becoming, around the world.

In their Worldwide Social Network Users: 2013 Forecast and Comparative Estimates report, eMarketer has determined that one in four people worldwide will use social networks in 2013. This equates to a rise of 1.73 billion social media users from 1.47 billion in 2012, and this global audience is expected to jump to an incredible 2.55 billion within the next five years.

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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram – How Big Is Social Media Around The World? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that in 2012, 63.2 percent of internet users visited a social network at least once a month, and that already sizeable number is expected to continue to rise over the coming years?

Social media is huge, and it’s huge everywhere. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest and Instagram are all massively popular around the globe, and even in territories where they are actively banned, many people will find a way to connect. And if and when those walls eventually come down, the rise of social networking will take another massive leap forward.

Bottom line? Social is big now, but we’re only scratching the surface – you just wait until the end of the decade.

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62% Of Adults Worldwide Now Use Social Media (But Email Is Still More Popular) [STUDY]

More than six in ten (62 percent) online citizens around the world use the internet for social networking, reveals a new study from independent market research company Ipsos.

Social media is most popular in Indonesia, where 83 percent engage, ahead of Argentina (76 percent) and Russia (75 percent). However, while these findings are impressive, social networking usage continues to lag behind email in every country, with a heady 85 percent of those polled favouring the electronic messaging service as their top online activity.

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