Ben Elowitz broke down the data on his Digital Quarters blog today, which reveals that Facebook accounts for 95 percent of social networking time in the U.S.
In his blog post, Elowitz adds:
In terms of being relevant to consumer audiences, there’s now no question that “social” means “Facebook.”
And, if you want to take advantage of the more than one in every seven minutes of online time that consumers spend on Facebook, you follow one simple rule for media in a social age: You must be present — in the Facebook news feed — to win.
Readers, do you agree with these numbers showing Facebook is the dominant social networking site?