The gaming audience continues to expand. In fact, two-thirds (66%) of Americans ages 13 and older self-identify as gamers, up from 58% in 2013, according to a Nielsen study. Gamers are spending an average of 11% of their leisure time with video games this year, a figure that has remained largely consistently over the past few years.
Buffer partnered with BuzzSumo to analyze more than 43 million posts from the top 20,000 brands on Facebook in one of the largest studies of 2018. The most enaging topics posted as video content to Facebook include food, fashion and beauty, animals, do-it-yourself, and humor. The least engaging topics include finance and stocks, real estate, marketing and cars.
This infographic from Koeppel Direct illustrates the rise of live video streaming.
This infographic from filmora illustrates some amazing facts, figures and statistics about YouTube for 2017.
Millennials are the most active video viewers of any US age group, and according to research from TiVo, this demographic primarily watches TV shows.
Mothers are avid viewers of YouTube videos, being slightly more likely than the overall internet browsing population to visit YouTube on a monthly basis.
Kids’ media consumption goes up during the summer, particularly when it comes to movies and TV.
Mobile applications examined by Urban Airship across 15 industries had a median push notification opt-in rate of 42% in 2014.
Just 11% of US teens said the do not play video games.
Video gamers were most interested in a Netflix-style service for digital downloading.