American women showed their potential on internet usage. They use social networks like Facebook and Pinterest than other internet sources, with blogs being their second choice. More women than men, across America, visit social networking sites and spent 30% more time per month on it. According to a survey by Nielsen, most such women are homemakers and mothers.
The biggest online servicing companies are targeting these women for the betterment of their company and to become the center of attraction. 61% of American women share their loneliness with Pinterest Social network. While 38% are shopping online, investigating about products and use other social network for Chatting, Sharing and Liking. 27% of women are showing their intellectualism by going through blogs and news. Almost 4.9 million women – belongs to family having average 5 members – were using Pinterest. ‘Disney Online’ is being followed by 4.8 million users at second spot.
Social giant Facebook had justified its demands by securing its first place among the top 5 social networking sites, followed by “Blogger” and “Twitter” with second and third places. In March 2012, 27.9 million moms had visited Facebook where 27.5% women used their personal system to log in. It’s as same as three women using Facebook out of every four women.
37% of Americans are using mobile internet service and half of them are women. Out of every three bloggers in America one active blogger is a woman, who is a homemaker.
An Infographic presentation is given for justifying the above arguments.