Use of social networks in the world and its penetration #infografia

Use of social networks in the world and its penetration #infografia

Okay, there is only one Internet and it works the same throughout the world, but are there differences between users in each country? … Obviously, and this is demonstrated by an infographic published by Mashable and created by the market research company Global Web Index. The information is the result of a study carried out by Trendstream, a British consulting company, during February of this year, to a representative sample of between 750 and 2,000 people who use social networks in different countries, defining three main types of users and their behavior on social networks: Messengers: They spend their time creating and propagating messages and emails. Those who share content: They are the essence of the virality of the network. Group leaders and creators: Bloggers, Twitter users recognized with many followers and people with influence within the social environment. Thus, by country, significant differences can be found in the social behavior of its users; For example, Asian countries lead in terms of shared content, while others, such as the UK and Canada, are dominated by users who spend their time sending and receiving messages. But the study has also served to build a map of penetration of social networks in the different markets and with interesting surprises, since although the logic would indicate that the American market is the one that uses social networks the most, surprisingly it is not so. An honor for users in the Philippines and Indonesia. Spain is in 19th place, well below the average. The complete infographic is in English and is very easy to understand, here is the link: How the World Uses Social Networks