Jul 5 Posted 4 years ago
Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics ...
I have kids in their teens and just out of their teens .. without a doubt, Facebook usage DRAMATICALLY drops off once kids become mobile and are free to leave home to be with friends any time.
The large number of older users shown in the stats probably is not weighted by the amount of usage. I am 55 and have a Facebook account ... but do I use it? NO! Yet the stats count me with equal weight compared to my 15yo who seems to be glued to the incessant messages.
Jun 10 Posted 5 years ago
do you have any footnotes for any of these stats? i have other websites telling me different numbers
Apr 14 Posted 5 years ago
Very interesting article indeed.
It would have been interesting to comment on the fact that when comparing the US to the rest of the world, there's a clear difference in demographics in terms of age. the "13 - 25" range makes up for pretty much 45% in both cases but there are a lot more "18 - 25" users in the US.
What could explain this difference? Are Internet users in Europe a lot younger ? What is the penetration based on the age ? Is the penetration on the "18 - 25" target lower in Europe than in the US?
Mar 23 Posted 5 years ago
Hi, very interesting stats. I would like to know how you get all these data? Is there a easier way to get stats on facebook users? Thanks.
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