In 2014, Facebook Served as “Home Base” for Users

In 2014, Facebook Served as “Home Base” for Users

facebook-chartThis Pew Research Center report for 2014 identifies a lot of “first” in social media:

• First time, more than half of all online adults 65 and older (56%) use Facebook. This represents 31% of all seniors.
• First time, roughly half of internet-using young adults ages 18-29 (53%) use Instagram. And half 0f all Instagram users (49%) use the site daily.
• First time, the share of internet users with college educations using LinkedIn reached 50%.

Additional insights noted were that 52% of online adults now use two or more social media sites, a significant increase from 2013. Also a significant majority of Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn users say they also use Facebook, more than any other site. Interestingly, the opposite is also true; the proportion of Facebook users who also use another site is on the rise — that is, there are more Facebook users this year who also use Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn.

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