Thirty percent of social media users interact on social media at least 10 times per day by either liking, sharing or posting content, according to a survey from The Manifest.

The Manifest survey found that social media is part of people’s everyday routines because it helps people build a community with others around the world; and nearly 70% of users post images, compared to 47% who post updates/announcements, 46% who post videos and 42% who post opinions.

Although interacting with other people’s content is important to most social media users, nearly all (94%) post their own content, including 42% who do so at least once a day.

Of significance, the survey found that reports that people have stopped using Facebook are premature – Facebook is still the most-used social media channel.  More than half (52%) of people use Facebook, the most often among social media platforms – and more than three times the number of people who most often use YouTube (16%) and Instagram (14%). The Manifest stated: “Even the most ardent Facebook fans, however, may be spending less time per visit on Facebook because they are visiting other channels.”

The Manifest’s 2019 Consumer Social Media Survey included 627 people in the U.S. who use social media at least once per week. You can read the full report here.

The Manifest is the sister website of Clutch, a Washington, D.C.-based B2B research, ratings and reviews company.

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