How to connect with social networks in the country of 1.3 billion people?
It’s not that difficult, in fact it’s very easy, according to a report from Google.
It shows that users are actually quite happy with social media in India.
This is in spite of an increasingly stringent regulatory environment and government restrictions that make it increasingly difficult to get access to social media platforms.
The report, published by the online social networking platform, has come as a major blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had previously tried to crack down on social media, especially after the suicide of his son Arvind.
Modi is currently embroiled in a scandal over allegations that he tried to influence a Delhi court to grant him the right to build a luxury apartment building in the national capital.
In the latest issue of the online newspaper, it revealed that the number of people who have used social networks to find jobs has gone up to about 3 billion, from less than 200 million in March 2017.
However, the number is still more than a billion in India’s rural areas, the report added.
The social network report also showed that the average age of Indian users is 36, with almost three-quarters of them aged over 60.