Latin America Leads as the Most Socially-Engaged Global Region with Users Spending 7.5 Hours on Social Networking Sites in April.
comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a global leader in measuring the digital world, today released its latest report on social networking in Latin America from its comScore Media Metrix service. The latest research shows that more than 127 million Latin Americans ages 15 and older visited a social networking destination from a home or work computer in April 2012, with the average visitor spending 7.5 hours social networking during the month. The report also provided analysis on emerging social network Pinterest.com, which saw its audience increase eightfold in the first four months of the year to reach 1.3 million Latin Americans in April.
In is interesting to compare to the older report "It's a Social World: A Global Look at Social Networking"
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