What happens in one second on the internet! [Infographic] via Unboxing Deals
Crazy Facts & Stats You Didn’t Know About The Internet
- On an average work day, a typist’s fingers travel about 12.6 miles.
- A single Google query uses 1,000 computers in 0.2 seconds to retrieve an answer.
- Facebook has a blue colour scheme because the creator, Mark Zuckerberg cannot see the colours red & green.
- The first email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson to himself. He doesn’t remember what it said.
- You can’t block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook.
- ny text you put into the status update box is sent to Facebook’s servers, even if you don’t click the post button.
- 44% of registered Twitter users have never tweeted.
- The Highest Mobile Bill was $201,000 for $0.20 per text for over 2,000 times and $10 per MB of data while traveling abroad.
- In 2014, Amazon’s site was down for 49 minutes and the company missed sales of nearly $4.8 million
- There are 3.2 billion Internet users worldwide, accounting for almost 44% of the global population
What happens in one second on the internet
- 24,88,887 Emails
- 34,875 GB of Internet traffic
- 22 WordPress Posts
- 1160 Tumblr Posts
- 3 million Google Searches
- 122,373 YouTube Videos viewed
- 2121 Skype Calls
- 12 Uber Rides
- 1286 Netflix Hours of Videos Streamed
- Amazon ships 35 items
- eBay gets an average of $680 worth of transactions
- Amazon gets an average of $3400 worth of transactions
- 12 New active Mobile Social users
- 6 New Facebook Profiles Created
- 469,445 Facebook Likes
- 7,203 Tweets
- 162 Pinterest Pins
- 4745 Snapchat Snaps Shared
- 69,444 Snapchat Videos Viewed
- 305 Reddit votes
- 721 Instagram Photos Uploads
- 28935 Instagram Photos Likes
- 4,86,111 Whatsapp Messages sent
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