Social Media Usage

In the highly diverse social media landscape of today, "social media usage" should be understood as an umbrella term for vastly different platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or WeChat. All of these have distinct groups of users and can be used for distinct communication, marketing and ... business purposes. As usage also differs depending on country, age, and gender, social media usage statistics, reports and trend forecasts have to cover a range of topics from country specific statistics, such as the percentage of citizens using a social medium e.g in the US, the UK or China, to broad statistical overviews for e.g. Asia, Latin America or North America. eMarketer's reports, charts, interviews and forecasts provide you with data and insights to answer a variety of questions such as:Show More ▼
  • Is social media use declining?
  • What social media do millennials use?
  • Which social media are used for which business and marketing purposes?
  • How much time do users spend on social media?

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Social Media Update: November 2019

Social Media Update: November 2019

Nov 06, 2019

This is the first installment in an ongoing series of monthly updates on the major social media platforms. The goal of each update is to provide a summary of key developments and what they mean for marketers.

eMarketer’s November Social Media Update

Nov 06, 2019

Last month, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat through a congressional hearing over the company’s Libra cryptocurrency efforts, Instagram launched a standalone messaging app for users, and Twitter banned political advertising on its platform—and that was just a tiny portion of what made the news.

Parents in Canada Are Worried Their Children Spend Too Much Time with Digital Devices

Parents in Canada Are Worried Their Children Spend Too Much Time with Digital Devices

Oct 30, 2019

The nature of kids’ screen time has change dramatically since the heyday of Sesame Street and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and today’s screen universe is ever-expanding, presenting parents with new challenges of limiting consumption and monitoring content. New research from the Angus Reid Institute shows that parents in Canada are worried about the potential addictiveness of digital devices.