Latin Americans spend 56 more times on social networks than world average

Posted on January 19, 2013 • Filed under: Brazil Floods 2011 - Videos, Internet, Latin America News reported that Latin Americans spend 56% more time on social networking sites than the worldwide average, research firm comScore reports. It also released interesting data on the most popular networks across the region. According to the findings, Argentina is Latin America’s most “social addicted” country, with an average of 9.8 hours on social networking sites in November, closely followed by Brazil, which ranked second at 9.7 hours. Peru, Chile and Mexico also appear within the top ten global markets in that respect. Read Article

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