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Published on Oct 26, 2015

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Today’s Generation Devote An Hour To Using Facebook: Report Suggests

Do you know that millennials spend at least an hour of their 24-hour day to using Facebook and tools like the Video Bookmarker?

Who Are The Millennials?

Millennial Generation or simply “millennials” are a demographic group of persons. Although there is no exact date when the said generation begins and ends, many researchers suggest that those who were born during the early 1980s to the early 2000s, are the millennials.

Millennials, particularly in the United States, spend up to 30 hours per month on using social apps and browsing different Video Bookmarker review sites. According to a report by comScore, millennials devote the 26 of those 30 hours to the social networking giant Facebook. Further, up to 29% of a mobile device’s entire use is being spent on using social media apps.

ComScore’s Findings

The mobile millennials have become Facebook’s very loyal friends and can take advantage of the unique Video Bookmarker bonus package as well. This is one of the most interesting results in the latest comScore report.

Digital measurement body ComScore further concluded that individuals from ages 18 to 34 typically devote 26 hours per month on Facebook’s mobile applications. That equates to almost an hour per day. This high level of Facebook utilization propelled every mobile user in the US. These are persons who devote more time to mobile devices and social networking apps.

A typical mobile app user consumes almost 26 hours every month on social media applications. Further, the percentage of total social network utilization is 4%. This is much higher than the figures acquired by comScore from the previous year.

The comScore report also concentrated on the general mobile versus computer usage. Findings suggest that mobile usage has occupied a 62 percent share. The report also found out that the majority of mobile usage, as well as a very little number of applications available in the market, is responsible for this high percentage share.

Facebook’s On Top Of The Game

ComScore further suggest that there is no leading player in the social media world but Facebook. The social networking giant is the leading one among known applications. This caters to both usage in engagement. In the United Sates alone, there are already more than 125 million Facebook users, according to comScore.

Although the comScore report did not publish the general figures regarding how much time are spent on Facebook, the said social media app is evidently accountable for the majority of individual’s social networking app usage.

While millennials, also tagged as “social media junkies” by comScore’s reports, were considered as the most active Facebook users, it is also interesting to note that even their older counterparts frequently use social networking applications. However, these ‘older ones’ use apps to a greater level.

Since millennials are the ones who are so heavy with social media app usage, the most active app users, and devote more time to using social media, they are considered, by comScore, to be the future. With this note, publishers are advised to create a well-designed strategy for mobile traffic acquisition, as well as to look for other ways to transform app users.

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