According to the statistics, courtesy of the company’s upcoming ‘State of Social Media Report’, 59 percent of social media users in APAC interact with Twitter, Facebook and other services directly from a mobile device. That’s notable, not just for passing the 50 percent threshold, but also because it is 12 percent higher than the global average and approaching double the 33 percent in Europe and the US. (via Report: Half of World’s Social Media Users go Mobile, APAC Leads)

According to the statistics, courtesy of the company’s upcoming ‘State of Social Media Report’, 59 percent of social media users in APAC interact with Twitter, Facebook and other services directly from a mobile device. That’s notable, not just for passing the 50 percent threshold, but also because it is 12 percent higher than the global average and approaching double the 33 percent in Europe and the US. (via Report: Half of World’s Social Media Users go Mobile, APAC Leads)

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