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Back in May 2014 FTW, USA Today’s sports website, introduced a Whats App sharing button to its mobile site.
Within just a week 18 per cent of the site’s overall sharing activity ran through the messaging app, more than Twitter at 13 per cent but still significantly lower than sharing via email (35 per cent) and Facebook (34 per cent), according to
Likewise Buzz Feed integrated a Whats App share button on i OS in October 2013 and almost immediately saw content sharing on social media double in the space of a couple of months.
At the time, analyst Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers predicted in her State of the Internet report that chat apps like Snapchat, Whats App and We Chat would encourage more communication - and hence sharing - than more broadcast-focused communication channels like Facebook and Twitter.
This notion was supported by various industry insiders who agreed that younger internet users in particular were inclined to shift from open platforms to more private or ‘closed’ platforms for group messaging.
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Fast forward to 2017 and it transpires that Meeker and company were right.
A report released by BI Intelligence late last year says the top four messaging apps - Whats App, Facebook’s Messenger, We Chat and Japan’s Viber - now claim nearly 3 billion monthly users combined, outnumbering the combined active users on the world's four largest social networks, including Facebook.
Facebook cottoned on to the potential of chat app services early.
In 2014 the social network acquired Whats App with a $US22 billion cash-and-stock deal.
It didn’t stop there, announcing in 2015 plans to expand its own Messenger beyond its existing capabilities.