In the annual Data Never Sleeps Report, Domo made it clear how much data internet users consume every minute. The document included social media activity, millions of hours of video streaming, and online store orders.
On average, 231.4 million emails and 16 million text messages are sent every 60 seconds worldwide. Simultaneously Facebook user* publish 1.7 million content, 347,200 posts on Twitter, on Instagram pages* 66,000 new photos appear and 2.43 million snapshots appear and disappear on Snapchat.
500 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube in just one minute, 1.1 million potential partners are rated on Tinder, 5.9 million searches are sent to Google, and Zoom users spend 104.6 thousand hours on video calls. Amazon customers spend $443,000 every minute on the platform, blockchain users buy $90.2 million worth of cryptocurrencies and online movie viewers consume 1 million hours of content.
The dynamics of the last 10 years are also interesting. In 2012, 2 million requests were sent to Google every minute (now, we repeat, it’s 5.9 million), 48 hours of YouTube video (it turned out to be 500), 3.6 thousand photos on Instagram* (became 66,000), 100,000 tweets (became 347.2,000) and 684,000 posts on Facebook* (became 1.7 million). And only the avalanche of email messages did not grow so much: in 2012 they left 204 million per minute (it became 231.4 million).
* It is included in the list of public associations and religious organizations for which the court made a final decision to liquidate or ban activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Law No. 114-FZ of July 25. 2002 “On Countering Extremist Activities”.