Facebook is one of the most talked about, discussed, and dissected social networks in the world.
Ok, the most.
They are the king of the hill and recently went public, so it makes sense. They have also been very open about many of the stats relevant to their user base over the year.
Given, we know a lot about Facebook, economics blog thefinancialist.com took a look at who Facebook’s competition is in some of the world’s fastest growing economies. There are no Facebook numbers of course, but social media becomes more fragmented, the secondary players to Facebook are still very important.
The full thefinancialist.com’s interactive infographic is worth checking out here.
Here is a closer look at the above social networks and the countries that they call home:
Qzone – 480 million users
Renren – 160 million users
Badoo – 150 million users
Kontakte – 150 million users
Orkut – 66 million users
Odnoklassniki – 45 million users
Mixi – 30 million users