|comScore: Facebook and Twitter U.S. July Stats Show Record Visitor Numbers|
comScore: Facebook and Twitter U.S. July Stats Show Record Visitor Numbers [washingtonpost.com]
|comScore’s July traffic numbers are out and similar to June’s findings, Facebook and Twitter both saw record traffic in terms of U.S. unique visitors in the month. In July, Facebook saw a whopping 162 million unique visitors, compared to 160.8 million unique vistors in June, and 157.2 million uniques in May. |
Twitter also posted record traffic in its five year history; with 32.8 million unique U.S. visitors in July, up from 30.6 million unique visitors in June, and 27 million unique vistors in May. As we’ve noted in the past, the steady increase in traffic is a big deal for Twitter, which splits traffic between its own mobile clients and the many third-party clients that are used to access the network. And Twitter just completed the switch from the old web interface to its redesigned, feature-rich web app.
No wonder the world's economy is such a mess...
Typical FB or Twitter communication:
[:-0] chk pic! my kitty just burped!
[:-0] kitty is so cute
[:-P] come visit, see kitty!
[:-0] cant, no gas, no $$$, cred card maxd out
[:-P] mee too!
[:-0] spent last $700 on a new iPaid
[:-P] mee too!
[:-0] gotta get more kitty food
[:-P] ttyl gonna upload more kitty pics
[:-0] k, cant wate bye! xoxo kittyy!
few more spelling mistakes then it will be believable :-)
hehe, I agree, but, still, if you want to advertise for more gizmos for those people, it's still a lot of people.
However, I'm not entirely convinced of their buying power.
For many people around the globe, the internet is Skype, Facebook, and Twitter.
|However, I'm not entirely convinced of their buying power. |
It seems comScore may know exactly what the user's "buying power" may be...