That’s the big takeaway from a study published by “global conversation agency” We Are Social and data company InternetLiveStats today.
The general trends won’t surprise you, but they’re worth a review:
Some more interesting findings: mobile is even more here than we thought: an estimated 3/4 of the 3 billion people who access the Internet do so via mobile device. These numbers are even higher for socially connected users…and they’re rapidly increasing, of course.
The only surprises concern international audiences, but they’re worth noting: when it comes to total membership, networks we use every day like LinkedIn and Instagram rank far below others like QZone, WeChat and, yes, Google+.
Snapchat isn’t even on the list.
In other news, this is the number of emails supposedly sent so far today.
Honestly, now: how many of them really needed to exist?