When you’re young and full of energy, you often tend to keep track of what’s new around you whether it’s fashion, gadgets and other portable and wireless technology. A lot of things are going on in your mind that make you want to learn more. This is very true today especially with the existence of the internet.
If you’re a youngster and are not into social networking, then you’re being left behind by your generation. Social networking is very popular these days that almost every young individual you know has an account in one or more sites such as Facebook, Tweeter and MySpace. These people use these sites to connect with old friends, make new friends and find their long lost friends. The beauty of it all is that communication can be done in real time regardless of one’s location.
What’s for sure is that Denmark people are keeping up with this trend. It is estimated that 1.7 million people all over Denmark country are regular users of social networking sites. According to Statistics Denmark, many young folks are using the internet for blogging and chatting which was a far cry from the past. Nearly 90 percent of older teenagers have also been found to be regular users of online networking sites.
In addition, the Statistics report revealed an increase in blog readership from 22 to 33 percent in a period of one year. The number of bloggers who are active in their endeavors also went up considerably from nine to 18 percent.
Other than social networking and blogging, a great number of people in Denmark are also going online to keep abreast with the latest news. In fact, three out of four people download or read news articles on the internet while a web user listens to online radio or watches TV each second.