Mega-blogs and blogs for business users who want to keep up with the latest in social media are becoming more popular as the company continues to expand its reach.
A new survey by Vox Media, a media consultancy, found that 44% of people who use social media for business use a Google search engine.
That number is down from a high of 48% in 2016.
But it is still up from 17% in 2013.
Another 36% use a social media platform owned by the company.
The survey also found that 36% of business users use a third party platform, which is up from 29% in the previous survey.
But the biggest driver of this trend was the rise of social media analytics.
There was also a significant increase in those who have no use of social networks at all.
These are the users who only follow others on LinkedIn, Instagram and Twitter.
A lot of them are also trying to stay up to date on the latest news and developments on the social media platforms.
“These are the people who are not looking for social media at all, and the people are starting to see the value in social sharing and engagement,” says Chris Parnell, vice president of analytics at Vox Media.
“If you look at what’s happening on Facebook and Twitter, there’s a lot of these people, and that’s a pretty big driver.”
In fact, one in five respondents to the survey said they had used social media to make a purchase or contact someone.
Vox Media is currently the second-largest social media company in the world behind Facebook, with more than 5 billion monthly active users.