6 responses to “Mobile Social Networking More Popular than Desktop

  1. “American mobile users:

    * 2.7 hours per day on the mobile web”

    The study actually says 500 (small survey) American mobile internet users spend an average of 2.7 hours. It doesn’t specify if that is in a day, week, month or year.

    One can only presume that most of SocialGnomics stats are that poorly regurgitated.

  2. In regards to what you said about the user’s perspective– I think a lot of companies recognize this emerging trend and that a good mobile site format is crucial (http://www.springbox.com/insight/post/Underestimating-Mobile-Web.aspx). I will be curious to see how the mobile web changes our media consumption.

  3. Seems to me that social media traffic is really going to be the #1 form of traffic on all devices. Here in Holland mobile penetration is very high as well and the use of mobile devices for surfing the internet is growing too. Most people use it to read news (and email ofcourse).

  4. Is there a similar (complete) study for the UK available? It would be useful information for business people within the UK to have this kind of information to hand.

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