Kamis, 18 Februari 2010

Facebook is the Web's Ultimate Time Sink [Stats]

The average American Internet user spends more time together on Facebook than on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft, Wikipedia and Amazon. Think about that for a moment.

New figures from Nielsen released today confirms what we've known for a while: Facebook (Facebook) is the number of times a Web sink. It is interesting how much time we spend on the largest social network in the world today than it was six months ago.

Already in June 2009, Nielsen estimated that the average American users spent four hours and 39 minutes on Facebook per Mo. The approximately 9.3 minutes per day in a 30-day month. In August this figure had increased to five hours and 46 minutes and 11.5 minutes per day.

In January 2010, but increased the time that the average person spent on Facebook, more than seven hours. Every American Facebook users spent an average of 421 minutes per month on Facebook, more than 14 minutes per day. Even if you shave a comb the time on Google (Google) (1:23), Yahoo (2:09), YouTube (YouTube) (1:02), Microsoft / Bing (Bing) (1:35) Wikipedia (Wikipedia moved) (0:15) and the Amazon (0:22), the reports still Facebook.

As you can see from the above tables, there are a few other interesting statistics (the average number of people visiting Web sites rose from 8.4% during the time the men were dropped on the PC by 8.2%), But history still seems clear Facebook rapid increase.

How much longer can we sink into Facebook? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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