AllFacebook InsideFacebook InsideMobileApps InsideSocialGames SocialTimes LostRemote TVNewser TVSpy AgencySpy PRNewser MediaJobsDaily UnBeige

Posts Tagged ‘internet infographic’

What If The Internet And Social Media Never Existed? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you ever imagined what the world would be like without the internet?

And I don’t mean how you would feel if it had suddenly all been completely erased when you woke up. What if it never existed? How different would everything be? Some 2.3 billion people use the internet worldwide, all of whom are connected, and the internet has given us a wealth of information (across some 550 million websites) that has made it the greatest resource mankind has ever known.

So how would life be if it none of this had ever happened?

Read more

The Past, Present And Future Of Personal Tech [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that while more than two billion people are privileged enough to live in a location that affords them the technological resources to access the internet, this represents less than a third of the global population?

So what happens when everybody gets online?

It’s a sentiment that hasn’t gone unnoticed. In his 2012 address to the Mobile World Congress, Google’s Eric Schmidt proposed this very notion. “For most people the digital revolution has not arrived yet,” he said. “Every revolution begins with a small group of people. Imagine how much better it would be with another five billion people online.”

Read more

How Do People Spend Their Time Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that social networking is now the most popular online activity, with users spending more than one fifth (22 percent) of their time engaging on channels such as Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest?

When you consider that the global online population now exceeds two billion, and that the average U.S. internet user spends 32 hours online each and every month, that’s a lot of time devoted to tweets, Likes and pins.

Read more

What’s A Typical Day On The Internet? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that on any given day, enough information is consumed by internet traffic to fill an incredible 168 million DVDs?

With an estimated two billion online users, a lot gets done. And I mean a lot. Over a typical 24 hour period, 172 million people visit Facebook, logging an incredible 4.7 billion collective minutes and generating 532 million status updates). In that same period of time, 40 million head to Twitter and 17 million hook up with Pinterest. You want more? How about 22 million hours of watching TV shows and movies on Netflix, writing two million blog posts and uploading 864,000 hours of video to YouTube.

And perhaps most amazingly: 294 billion emails are sent. In just one day.

Read more

<< PREVIOUS PAGE