Counter seasonal social networks

Christmas is normally a quiet time of year for Internet sites. As families sit in and tuck in to telly and turkey, they don’t go usually online.

Except that they do if it is social networking. Robin Grant points to facebook usage in the UK over the past year–noticeable spikes of Christmas because this is the way we now choose to let our friends know how we are doing.

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One Comment

  1. Posted January 8, 2009 at 3:19 pm | Permalink

    If this is relative to the total traffic, then maybe people just stop doing all the other stuff more than they stop being on Facebook?

    Do you have some absolute numbers?


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