Time spent with mobile news articles in the U.S. by social media source 2015

The statistic gives information on the average time engaged with news articles on a smartphone in the United States as of September 2015, sorted by article length and the social media source. According to the source, long-form articles found on Twitter were engaged with for an average of 133 seconds.

Average time engaged with news articles on a smartphone in the United States as of September 2015, by article source and length

Long-formShort-form
Tumblr15065
Twitter13358
Google Plus11861
Facebook10751
Reddit10355
Pinterest6830
LinkedIn6236
StumbleUpon5750
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Sources

Release date

May 2016

Region

United States

Survey time period

September 2015

Number of respondents

74,840 articles

Special properties

across complete interactions, which represent all of a unique visitor's sessions with one article on a cellphone

Supplementary notes

Long-form articles are 1,000 words or more.

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