- 15 May 2012
comScore provides mobile social media insights
The 25.6 million Twitter mobile users had an average engagement of nearly 2 hours during [March]. By comparison, people visiting on their computers spent just 20.4 minutes on Twitter.com…from comScore's latest press release
In terms of mobile trends, what is perhaps even more significant than the above statistic is this: The average U.S. smartphone subscriber spent 441 minutes engaged with either the Facebook app or mobile site. This is in comparison to the 391 minutes that the average Facebook user spends interacting with the desktop site. Yowza! Mobile! I expect to see the same trends when I check the analytics of my soon-to-be wildly popular dating site, OkDeluded (OkStupid was taken).
About Jack Bouba
Jack is one of our Front-end Developers who studied sculpture in college and fell in love with woodworking, ceramics, and printmaking. Later, after his inevitable move to Portland, Jack rediscovered his passion for digital media and began studying web design and front-end development at PCC and PNCA. Jack worked with individuals with developmental disabilities for 5 years and taught Flash and HTML/CSS classes at a local technical college, uniting his passions for sharing knowledge and skills with the fascinating world of code and design. Jack is an avid bike-rider, boomerang-shaper and -thrower, music-maker, and walk-taker.