Theme:   Social Networking in Latin America

As Latin American social media continues to grow, and shows no signs of stopping. Latin American internet users spend an average of ten hours on social media a month, five more hours than the world average, with the majority of users fitting into the 18-44 age range. In the region, Facebook dominates as the top social site with over 200 million users across Latin America. This contributes to a growing engagement with social media year after year. Discuss.

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