Assuming the stats behind these graphs are accurate, the UK appears to have passed yet another tipping point in the relentless growth of social network websites.
- Social networks accounted for 5.17% of all UK Internet visits, compared to 4.98% for webmail services:
- Social networks referred more traffic to other websites than webmail services:
Email is truly dying a slow and painful death. (Yep, I know these figures are not including non-webmail email but…)
(Attribution: all graphs and stats are from Hitwise)