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Facebook Country Statistics: Major Turnaround Of The Data Provided By Facebook Ads Data
Thanks to an email of one of our users this morning we became aware of fundamental changes of the numbers in our Facebook country statistics section. As noted several times, our Facebook countries statistics are based on the Facebook advertising data. Just recently there [...]
Facebook Country Stats June 2013: Is This The Summer Break?
After some fuss about the accuracy of the Facebook country stats things are back to normal now. Some providers considered to change the presentation of these stats or even ended to show Facebook country estimates to public visitors. But we [...]
Facebook Country Statistics May 2013 – Rough Estimates Or Something?
There were quite a lot of discussions about the Facebook country statistics and user numbers in the last month. Again, it was about the recurring question of whether Facebook is losing millions of users or not. The whole story was heated up [...]
Facebook Country Stats April 2013 – The U.S., The Fatigue And The Youth Problem
The voices are growing louder that young users, so to speak the new generation, increasingly puts less value on Facebook. Especially platforms like Tumblr or apps like Snapchat are currently enjoying great popularity among teenagers. It is also often assumed that the next [...]
Facebook Country Statistics March 2013 – Top 10 Countries And A Comparison Of The U.S. And Brazil
We are already in March of this year and it’s time to throw a glance at our Facebook country statistics. If we take a look at the Facebook news of February, there wasn’t such big one like the introduction of [...]
Facebook Country Stats February 2013 – Top 10 Countries Lose Users Due To The Ongoing Account Cleanup
Facebooks Graph Search was the major topic in the first month of 2013. We have also written about it, and contributed our initial thoughts how this new social search will change the social media marketing of businesses and also our [...]