Instagram fastest-growing social networking
Social networks can not be called a modern phenomenon. They even escalated the growth stage and many have moved during the period of saturation and of rejection. In addition, they have actively entered our lives, and it is unlikely in the near future to change something. The most dynamically developing of these was the network of Instagram. Imagine that this «mobile upstart» beat big and formidable Facebook.
According to statistics from Global Web Index, the social network Instagram, which is positioned primarily as a photo sharing site, has become the fastest growing during the third quarter of 2018. The same trend was in the first two quarters. And all because businesses, both large and small, actively comes to the network and they are active promotion of accounts https://www.goldenweb.com.ua/raskrutka-instagram/. The numbers are impressive. In the second and third quarter, the number of active users has grown by some 23 percent, which is a very impressive result, considering that before their number was very high.
It should be noted that the number of competitors Instagram is growing, but the company has managed not only to fend off the attacks of newcomers, but also actively to expand its user base.
It should also be noted that slightly increased their share of active users of the microblogging service Twitter. But his 2 percent look rather dull in comparison with the indicators of Global Web Index for the last two quarters of 2018. He then became the fastest growing social network, adding around 10 percent. What is noteworthy is that giants such as YouTube, Facebook, and Russian networks Vkontakte and Classmates rather lost users. They went negative by a few percent, while for the same reporting period 2018 the same Vkontakte will increase by 20 percent.
It should be mentioned that the Global Web Index is based on a survey of Internet users, even visitors of the portal Smartphone.ua could participate in its drafting. This time, the analysts took into account in its report the opinions of about 170 social media users from 32 countries.