The average U.S. social network user apparently wants to read feeds of photos, links, status updates, videos and comments on Facebook, according to the latest statistics from Compete. The firm’s newly-released study of U.S. web traffic to social networks in January is the latest vindication for the feed-focused redesign that Facebook finished rolling out last fall. The average user had 11 sessions on Facebook when the company started rolling out the redesign last summer, but that number has increased to 17 as of January, Compete shows. There was also an uptick in the number of minutes per session on the site U.S. Recent company data released by Facebook itself points to similar growth. Rival MySpace introduced feeds last year, but not in key areas like profile pages, and it has hovered around 14 sessions in recent months, the study says..