Phil Granere – India is new power house of social networking website

Social Networking WebsiteIndia going to new head in terms of population of the world will be in 2050, but by 2016 the very first Facebook users in case it would become the most populous nation.

E-marketers said in its research report that by 2016, India’s largest population will be on Facebook. Social Networks India has the highest rate of growth this year, which then increased to 37.4 per cent will be. According to a new research, on social networks Facebook and Twitter growth rate of 37 per cent of Indians.

Social network users, while the growth rate of 28.7 per cent in Indonesia and Mexico will reach 21.1 per cent. The biggest social network Facebook are growing fastest in all three countries and their global monthly users this year to reach the level of one billion is estimated.

Currently, the US is the largest country in terms of Facebook users on Facebook and this year is the 14.68 million population. India is the second largest after the US. Recently, Facebook announced that the growing Internet penetration and a large youth population has helped it expand its user base in India to 112 million — which is the largest after the US.

India will surpass the US to lead the global tally of the largest Facebook user base on mobile by 2017, it had forecast

E-marketers believe that their large populations and high growth rates in India by 2016, Facebook will become the world’s most populous nation. Currently, the most populous country because Facebook is banned in China.

More About Charles Philip Granere at https://twitter.com/pgranere

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Phil Granere – India is new power house of social networking website

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