Survey: Britons spend more then 60 million hours a day on Facebook and Twitter!

In recent survey on social media habits showed figures that Britons spend an estimated 62 million hours each day on Facebook and Twitter.The poll suggests that among 62 million hours around 34 million hours are spent on Facebook each day, with a further 28 million hours on Twitter.

UK have around 33 million Facebook users and among them 30% are on the network for at least 1 hour per day and around 13% spends at least 2 hours a day.

More than a quarter (26%) of UK women on Facebook check their pages at least 10 times a day, compared to less than one in five (18%) of men.Of the UK’s estimated 26 million Twitter users, almost a third (31%) spend more than an hour a day on the network, while 14% – more than 3.6 million people – say their daily usage exceeds two hours. The results are based on a survey of 1,500 adults carried out by OnePoll for online bank, first direct

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The survey also found Facebook was named as the primary social media platform by 59% of people. Only 9% named Twitter as their first-choice network, while 7% chose LinkedIn. And 11% of Twitter users say it is important for them to have more ‘followers’ on their feed than their friends, compared to just 4% of Facebook users who say it is important to appear more ‘popular’ than their friends.Rebecca Dye, social media manager at first direct, said: ‘The survey shows just how central Facebook and Twitter are to people’s lives at the moment, often at the expense of other communications and regardless of how often they’re actually posting updates or tweeting.

“It’s important we engage with our customers in ways that best suit their lives, so the more people are using social media channels to have conversations, or just to ‘listen in’, the more we need to develop our presence in social media,” she added.

Based on this survey we can estimate that what will be the figure for INDIA! 

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