In social media universe, there are no barriers to entry and almost infinite amounts of people have been a part of it. We chitchat with our friends on social media, share unlimited photos on Instagram, send hundreds of emails and share stories on snap chat unknowingly but do we really know how much we have drilled down in digital world. Do you want to know what happens every minute on the internet?
Every year Lori Lewis and Chadd Callahan of Comulus Media comes up with an interestingly mindboggling graph that shows incredible scale of e-commerce, social media, email, and other content creation that happens on the web. Undoubtedly, all social media proliferation moves around content game. Content has titled to become a ‘winner take all’ scenario. No one has time to have a look on 46,200 posts uploaded on Instagram every minute. They naturally gravitate to the things that are already have social hype.
Google literally processes 3.5 million search queries every minutes while last year statistics unveils that Google processed 2.4 million searches every minute. In that span of time, 90,000 people login to Facebook and 452,000 tweets were made.
Here are full stats what happens every minute on internet:
3.5 million Search queries on Google
156 million Email sent
120 new accounts created on Linked In
900,000 logins on Facebook
46,200 posts on Instagram
15,000 Gif’s sent
342,000 apps downloaded from Play Store
1.8 million Photos shared on Snapchat
16 million messages on Whatsapp
4.1 million Video uploaded on You Tube
That’s a lot of data every minutes and this big statistics is the proof that these all big companies are now processing and interpreting the big data more than even before.