Facebook Has 24 Million Daily Users In The Uk
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Facebook has unveiled the number of daily users it has in the UK.
It has become evident that a vast number of people cannot go through the day without using the site.
According to Facebook:
"It has 20 million mobile users in the UK per day and 33 million per month.
It is also pertinent to note that "the US has over 128 million daily active users".
India Today also reported on India's Facebook usage statistics:
"Last month, Facebook said over 100 million people access the website every month through its app for feature phones, aiding the firm in expanding in developing markets like India."
Although, it has been recorded that 24 million people in the UK now use Facebook daily, it is not necessarily the same people every day.
In a statement via its PR agency, Facebook said:
"Businesses should focus on people who come back online every single day.
People are online numerous times in a single day and are constantly connected; creating, sharing and engaging with the content that matters to them.
For advertisers, this will help them create campaigns that can reach the right people at the right time on both desktop and mobile."
Carolyn Everson, Facebook vice president of global marketing solutions, also made this statement:
"We would like to be able to be explicit and say this is the amount of people you can reach tomorrow, or the amount of people you can reach when you are launching a movie,"
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