Category: Social Media Statistics

Here is a collection of some of the most interesting Social Media statistics and facts I have stumbled across in my internet travels. Posts here cover both individual companies as well as the industry as a whole.

Social Media Statistics and Fun Facts

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Social Media Statistics and Fun Facts:

Number of people on Social Media:

3.5 billion

Last updated 7/17/19

Percentage of the world’s population that is on Social Media:

46%

Last updated 7/17/19

Percentage of American adults that use social media:

69%

Last updated 3/27/18

Percentage of Americans that don’t feel confident that the social media sites they use can protect their data:

51%

Last updated 3/27/18

Percentage of Millennials that admit to missing a conversation because they were distracted by their phone:

87%

Last updated 10/17/15

Percentage of females that check social media at least 10 times when out with friends:

76%

Last updated 10/17/15

Percentage of males that check social media at least 10 times when out with friends:

54%

Last updated 10/17/15

Number of active social media users in India:

134 million

Last updated 9/4/15

Number of active mobile social media users in India:

97 million

Last updated 9/4/15

Number of active social media users in China:

659 million

Last updated 8/18/15

Number of active mobile social media users in China:

million

Last updated 8/18/15

Stat posts here are edited and updated almost daily, so be sure to check back often!

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