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How Much Online Business Is Done Every 30 Seconds? Incredible E-Commerce Statistics! [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Much Online Business Is Done Every 30 Seconds? Incredible E-Commerce Statistics! [INFOGRAPHIC]

How much money does the world of e-commerce generate every 30 seconds?

More than $1.2 million.

Let’s think about that number for a second. One point two million dollars, every half a minute.

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Facebook, Twitter, Apple – How Much Money Do Tech Firms Make (Or Lose) Every Second? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Facebook, Twitter, Apple - How Much Money Do Tech Firms Make (Or Lose) Every Second? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In the last 30 seconds Apple generated revenues of $166,921.

Google? $58,429. Amazon picked up $72,714 and Facebook $7,688.

And Twitter? $649, although it actually made a net loss of $630.

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How Is Social Media Driving Revenue? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that the likelihood of a consumer making a purchase increases when the user has a social connection with a brand or its products?

We’re talking big numbers here, too – a wide variety of social activities (such as sharing and recommendations) drive sales, and fans of brands are 51 percent more likely to buy than non-fans.

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Twitter Drives The Most Traffic, Facebook The Most Revenue, Says Study [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter drives the most traffic of all the major social networks, but it’s Facebook that generates the most revenue, reveals a new study by Eventbrite.

Shares made on Twitter trigger, on average, 33 visits to websites, compared to 14 for Facebook and 10 for LinkedIn. But the value of that share skews heavily in Facebook’s favour, with its $4.15 revenue rate more than twice that of Twitter’s ($1.85) and four times that of LinkedIn ($0.92).

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