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Webmail Usage Declines

Friday, January 21st, 2011

ComScore has released a report that found that the number of US visitors to webmail sites declined 6 percent, while email engagement (in terms of minutes spent and pages viewed) declined even more.

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Credits: ComScore

What does this mean? The trends reflect changing Internet communication dynamics as the Internet offers more tools for communications, in particular microblogging and social networking – tools that may be more appropriate than email for certain situations. Thus the decline of webmail usage should not be interpreted as the obsolescence of email, but rather the pruning of “inappropriate use” of email.

China’s email users: 218 million

Saturday, May 8th, 2010

According to 艾瑞咨询 (iResearch), there are ~218 million email users in China in year 2009, a growth of 22.8%, representing ~56.8% of China’s Internet population. However, it was also highlighted that growth rate is steadily decreasing.

China's email users numbers and projection

Credits: 艾瑞咨询,