2013 was gone in a flash. Social share still enjoyed a strong momentum in the past year. JiaThis, the biggest social share tool in China, released its data-based Report of China Social Share Tools in 2013. Overall social sharing times reached 1.4 billion in 2013.
While login to social media accounts such as QQ and Sina Weibo, users also shared content on different platforms. One-click share accounted for 5.6% in all sharing methods.
According to sharing period statistics, the peak period in a day was from 13 to 16, accounted for about 24.8%.
Video websites drove most social visits by social sharing, accounted for 27.39%.
The number of male users was significantly higher than female users, almost twice the number.
Top 5 regions of sharing were: Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong, Beijing. Guangdong remained on the first place, with a proportion of 16.28%.