A recent survey by Ipsos pointed out that more than six in 10 people use the Internet for social networking. Indonesia has the highest penetration of people using the Internet for social media at 83 percent, followed by Argentina at 76 percent and Russia at 75 percent. Japan, always the innovator of technological endeavors that many of us in the rest of the world will appreciate five to ten years later, musters a low 35 percent of users partaking in social media. That puts them in the bottom of the rankings.
Where does the United States rank in this survey? Only 61 percent of Internet users visit social networks or blogs. You’ve got to keep it up a notch, America! That said, here’s a graphic-heavy breakdown of social media use in the world: