I am fascinated by how fast our lives change. It seems like yesterday that we started using email instead of regular mail and how email became our main form of communication with others. Now, this is about to change as well. Or at least the change has already started.
A recent study by comScore, suggests that email usage has declined, especially among teenagers. With a whopping 59% decline, teenagers are clearly moving into a different direction to communicate with others, namely social messaging platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
The decline in email usage is valid for almost all age groups except the 55+ range.
For a more detailed analysis of recent email usage, check here.