Mobile users of Facebook are increasing by the minute. This summer in the UK, usage of the gigantic networking site is way up(20 percent) there in the stratosphere.
Mobile usage of Facebook’s services has jumped by 22% in the UK. It has in fact become a common everyday experience to see your friends and acquaintances using their mobiles to check up on their latest Facebook status. According toReuters, the Average Joe or Jane goes on his or her Facebook page at least 10-15 times per day. With the summer holidays at their peak point, this number gets naturally spiked. While PCs and televisions get left behind at home, your mobile is a part of your arsenal. It gets taken with you on your holiday. Facebook allows you to keep in touch with your near and dear ones. And of course you can brag all you want on your Facebook page regarding where you traveled to and what you saw there.
The English love their beaches where they like to picnic and spend their summer vacations. Bournemouth and the area off the Cornwall coast as well as Woolacombe are among the top contenders for likely places the Brits will go to enjoy their leisure time. Mark Zuckerberg is looking forward to making space for advertisers on Facebook. The text messaging service available on Facebook has especially been an all-time favorite for fans of the social network. This strategic shift from cyber territory to mobile terrain has proved to be a panacea to Facebook’s expected slump.