Have you ever stopped to think about just how much activity really happens on Facebook and throughout its network of connected sites and apps? Can you really even fathom it? Can you even begin to imagine how much happens around the globe in just a single minute?
Pulling data from StatisticsBrain, ExpandedRamblings, ReelSEO, Mashable, and of course, Facebook itself, SumoCoupon has attempted to do just that.
According to the data used to compile the following infographic, Here are a few of the things that happen on Facebook in just a minute: 243,055 photos uploaded; 500 accounts added; $11,700 made; 3,298,611 items shared; 13,888 apps installed on Facebook; 100,000 friends requested, 150,000 messages sent (I’m actually surprised that one’s not bigger); 416 compromised logins; 3,125,000 likes; 15,277,777 like and share buttons viewed on other websites; 323 days of YouTube videos viewed on Facebook; and 50,000 links shared.
It’s no wonder Facebook has trouble ranking the content in its News Feed in a meaningful way.
If you want to have your mind blown even more, check out what happens on the Internet in real time.
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