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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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Breakdown Of Social Network Popularity In Countries Across The Globe [STUDY]

One in four people worldwide will use social networks in 2013, a rise to 1.73 billion social media users from 1.47 billion in 2012.

What’s more, this global social audience is expected to jump to 2.55 billion within the next five years. But how exactly does this global group break down in terms of social network affinity?

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The Top 15 Social Networks Worldwide [STATS]

Having blasted through an impressive one billion active users last October, it will likely come as no surprise to anyone reading this blog that Facebook is the biggest social network on the planet, and will likely remain that way for some time.

That is, after all, why they called that movie *The* Social Network. But which social media platform occupies the number two spot? And where does Twitter fit in all of this?

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