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What Happens On The Internet Every 60 Seconds

In the real world, 267 babies will be born, 2 car thefts committed in the United States and 5 earthquakes. This only in the real world.

While on the network:

  • Currently, there are 4.45 billion users on the Internet and the number is increasing every second.
  • 3.8 million searches are made on Google.
  • 380 new websites are created.
  • 400 new users create a Facebook account.
  • People send 41., 6 million messages on Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp.
  • Twitter accounts generate 87,500 tweets.
  • Users upload 100 hours of new video material to YouTube.

Google

The most used search engine in the world, Google, is contacted every 60 seconds for 3.8 million requests, often carried out haphazardly, that is, people are looking for 'smaetwptking' and Google must understand that in reality you are looking for everything on 'smartworking' .

Google acquires around 240 new users every sixty seconds. And he probably knows all about them.

Finally, if that's not enough, earn $ 128.234 in just one minute.

Yahoo

About 352,134 searches were made on Yahoo for one minute. Yahoo receives about 4,680 visitors every minute, while it earns $ 9,452 in sixty seconds. It's not on Google's level, but it's still impressive.

Bing

Resolves approximately 574,026 search queries every 60 seconds. The first three searches are "facebook", "youtube" and, ironically, "google". 

Do people also use Bing as a spell checker? I guess so but we will never know. What we do know is that Bing earns $ 7. 812 per minute and is better at researching photographic material.

Yandex

In a minute, approximately 188,621 searches were made on Yandex. Also 10,527 emails sent and 105,028 emails received over the course of sixty seconds. 

Okay, these are the most important search engines. Let's see something else?

Dropbox

101,270 files are shared on Dropbox in one minute.

8,479 files are uploaded and 24,400 edited in the same time frame.

A new user signs up for Dropbox every 60 seconds.

They earn $ 976 every minute.

Google Drive

According to Internet usage statistics, Google Drive generates $ 773 of revenue for one minute.

Acquires 120 new customers in the same time frame.

iCloud

iCloud makes sales for up to $ 695 per minute.

Reminds me of updating things about 4,312 times every ten seconds. But I regularly ignore those reminders every time. Now I digress ...

61 new users sign up for iCloud every minute. Other people who will ignore the update reminders, and already.

Earn approximately $ 7,869 every sixty seconds.

Social media  

Do you know how many people are currently on social media?

Want to see what they do online in real time?

Facebook

There are 1 million people who log into Facebook every minute. In that same minute, there are 400 new users registering on the platform.

Oddly enough, people tend to think that it is the younger generation that is addicted to Facebook. But recent research shows that most teenagers are leaving the platform.

This does not mean that Facebook is turning into a desert. In fact, those who use it seem to still be having fun and aren't quite young.

211,792 the number of photos uploaded to Facebook every minute. 4,201,362 messages getI like itevery sixty seconds.

Well, Facebook may not be the trendiest social media site right now, but these numbers are definitely not modest.

Instagram

347,222 people participate in Instagram every minute. So don't worry, someone will surely see the photo of your cat. The number of visitors probably doubles around lunchtime, which is the best time to post on Instagram.

Have you ever heard of the mental experiment onobservation and the perception? This poses a simple question.

  • If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is around to listen to it, does it make a sound?

To put it in Instagram words: if you enjoy a delicious lunch and don't post something about it, on social media, does it really count? 

It seems that many people have embraced this philosophy, and there are so many of them, that about 44,469 new photos are published every minute.

It's no wonder that Instagram generates 2,867 $ revenue for the same period of time.

In the end, every minute, 244 new users join the platform and each of them is eager to be able to contribute to those numbers !?

I am excited to see so many people who are passionate about Instagram. Just as Mark Zuckerberg is probably.

Twitter

We all have opinions and we all love to share them. That's why Twitter was created.

  • 87,500 users tweet in a minute.
  • 122 new users create an account.

The microblogging platform is becoming increasingly popular, which leads to higher advertising revenue. He is currently at $ 4,982 every sixty seconds.

Tumblr

Tumblr could be the way for millennials to create a parallel universe.

The platform receives around 243 new users per minute. The user base creates 121 new blogs in the same time period.

Although there has been a noticeable drop in active users since the purchase by Verizon Media, which has tightened in terms of censorship, an impressive number of posts are published every minute: 37,329.

With the recent changes to the site policy and the ban on publishing erotic images, the user base is expected to continue to decline. The boys in these times seem very fond of their content NSFW (Not Suitable / Safe For Work).

However, for now, Tumblr's revenue continues to be $ 182 per minute, so let's avoid being too worried.

Snapchat

About 105,896 people use Snapchat every minute. 2.1 million snaps are created in the same time frame.

You know there are three types of selfies: those you send to your friends, those who go to your better half and those who will never be seen by anyone else, except you.

This may be why only 534,357 Snap are actually shared. Do two calculations of how many snaps are of the third type.

There are not only photos though. Snapchat users watch over 4 million videos every minute.

These numbers are obviously destined to change as everything changes every minute, moreover in the same period 24 new users sign up for Snapchat.

Video streaming services

Video streaming is becoming increasingly popular. In December 2019, the SVoD segment reached around 120 million paying customers. Second Statesman, a percentage of 57% of users of video streaming services is aged between 25-44 years.

Youtube

Did you know it only takes a minute to watch 4.5 million videos? Astonishing.

Not only that, but users upload 100 hours of new material to YouTube in just sixty seconds. They are not just musicians or influencers - we are talking about all users.

In one minute, YouTube generates $ 7,838. And just out of curiosity he thinks that every minute, Gangnam Style gets 1,213 views!

Netflix

Every 60 seconds, there are 694,444 hours of content on Netflix.

61 new users signing up for the service every minute.

This could be why Netflix generates $ 9,900 every sixty seconds.

Hulu

Every 60 seconds, 6 new users sign up for Hulu. They earn $ 3.070 in the same time frame. With their recent deal with Lionsgate, that number is sure to grow.

Amazon Prime

We can't fail to mention Amazon Prime when it comes to video streaming services.

For every minute, Amazon Prime generates $ 5,755 of revenue. At the same time, 30 new users sign up for the service. Most likely to watch "Good Omens" !?

HBO

On HBO Go you can find content with record hits, such as "Game of Thrones" and "Chernobyl".

So it's not all that surprising that their revenue grows by $ 9. 091 every sixty seconds. The platform generates $ 3,869 in revenue over the same time period.

HBO may not be exactly the leader, but we can't deny that it has given us several quality shows.

Text and email messages

On average, the world sends 18.1 million text messages every minute. In addition, another 41.6 million messages are sent every sixty seconds on WhatsApp and Messenger.

So.

Millennials and younger generations hate talking only on the phone. In fact, messaging allows you to hold numerous conversations simultaneously. Can you think of talking to ten people on the phone at the same time? A nightmare, really! Plus, text is easier to ignore when you're not in the mood.

Ops.

Another interesting fact is that every 60 seconds people send 188 million emails. And I'm almost sure many of these start with "Like in my last email ..."

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