Badoo hits the 150 million users mark
The last couple of months have been hectic for the popular online dating social network site Badoo. They held their fabulous US launch, showcased the new advertising campaign and announced its new COO Ben Ling. And this is not the end of the good news. In May it was announced that Badoo has now surpassed 150 million registered users around the world. This is a significant milestone, as they look to fulfil their mission – making it easy, fast and fun to meet new people – on a worldwide scale. As Badoo gathers user's stories from all corners of the globe, it means there are more and more people to chat to, connect with and socialize with. Here are some other facts and figures about how Badoo is growing: More than 60% growth year on year (Source: comScore). More than 35 million active users per month worldwide (Source: comScore). The more established regions of Southern Europe and Latin America continue to show strong growth. Newer markets such as the US, UK, Germany and Russia are growing fast, and are now in Badoo’s top ten markets worldwide. Badoo now adds more than 125,000 new users every day. Mobile usage has grown by 100% since November 2011 – and, more people in the US now sign up for Badoo via mobile than on web. Badoo is now used in 40 different languages in 180 countries. And of course, as the number of users grows, so does the company as reflected in the various new job opportunities at Badoo. The future for Badoo looks promising as there are no indications that the fastest growing social network dating site is slowing down.