Every day, people from around the world use YouTube to watch billions of hours of videos. In fact, according to recent data from comScore, YouTube reaches more adults in the U.S. than any other digital video property.
So, how does YouTube stack up against other video properties? And how does YouTube’s audience compare to other social media platforms? Here’s a look at some of the latest numbers from September 2017.
YouTube reaches more adults in the U.S. than any other digital video property.
YouTube reaches more adults in the U.S. than any other digital video property. According to comScore, 183 million Americans watched YouTube videos in September 2017. That’s more than the number of people who watched videos on Facebook (178 million), Twitter (68 million), and Instagram (64 million) during the same month.
YouTube also reaches more total viewers than any other digital video property. In September 2017, YouTube reached 191 million viewers, compared to 179 million for Facebook, 68 million for Twitter, and 64 million for Instagram.
YouTube’s audience is also growing faster than other social media platforms. In September 2017, YouTube’s audience grew by 9% compared to the previous year, while Facebook’s audience grew by 3%, Twitter’s audience grew by 2%, and Instagram’s audience grew by 1%.
So, what type of videos are Americans watching
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