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Google search stats:

  • 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) – approximate number of unique URLs in Google’s index (source)
  • 2,000,000,000 (two billion) – very rough number of Google searches daily (source)
  • $110,000,000 – approximately amount of money lost by Google annually due to the «I’m Feeling Lucky» button (source)
  • 24,400 – number of people employed by Google (December, 2008)
  • 68,000,000 – the average number of times people Googled the word Google each month for the last year (source: keyword tool)
  • $39.96 – the average cost per click for the phrase «consolidation of school loans» in AdWords (source: keyword tool)
  • 1,430,000 – the number of Google results for «Robert Scoble»
  • 136,000 – the number of Google results for «Admiral Ackbar
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Wikipedia stats

  • 2,695,205 – the number of articles in English on Wikipedia
  • 684,000,000 – the number of visitors to Wikipedia in the last year
  • 75,000 – the number of active contributors to Wikipedia
  • 10,000,000 – the number of total articles in Wikipedia in all languages
  • 260 – the number of languages articles have been written in on Wikipedia

(source)
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YouTube stats

  • 70,000,000 – number of total videos on YouTube (March 2008)
  • 200,000 – number of video publishers on YouTube (March 2008)
  • 100,000,000 – number of YouTube videos viewed per day (this stat from 2006 is the most recent I could locate)
  • 112,486,327 – number of views the most viewed video on YouTube

    has (January, 2009)

  • 2 minutes 46.17 seconds – average length of video
  • 412.3 years – length in time it would take to view all content on YouTube (March 2008)
  • 26.57 – average age of uploader
  • 13 hours – amount of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute
  • US $1.65 billion in Google stock – amount Google Inc. announced that it had acquired YouTube for in October 2006
  • $1,000,000 – YouTube’s estimated bandwidth costs per day

(sources here, here

and here)
Blogosphere stats

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  • 133,000,000 – number of blogs indexed by Technorati since 2002
  • 346,000,000 – number of people globally who read blogs (comScore March 2008)
  • 900,000 – average number of blog posts in a 24 hour period
  • 1,750,000 – number of RSS subscribers to TechCrunch, the most popular Technology blog (January 2009)
  • 77% – percentage of active Internet users who read blogs
  • 55% – percentage of the blogosphere that drinks more than 2 cups of coffee per day (source)
  • 81 – number of languages represented in the blogosphere
  • 59% – percentage of bloggers who have been blogging for at least 2 years
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Twitter stats

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  • 1,111,991,000 – number of Tweets to date (see an up to the minute count here)
  • 3,000,000 – number of Tweets/day(March 2008) (from TechCrunch)
  • 165,414 – number of followers of the most popular Twitter user (@BarackObama) – but he’s not active
  • 86,078 – number of followers of the most active Twitter user (@kevinrose)
  • 63% – percentage of Twitter users that are male (from Time)

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Facebook stats

  • 150,000,000 – number of active users
  • 170 – number of countries/territories that use Facebook
  • 35 – number of different languages used on Facebook
  • 2,600,000,000 – number of minutes global users in aggregate spend on Facebook daily
  • 100 – number of friends the average user has
  • 700,000,000 – number of photos added to Facebook monthly
  • 52,000 – number of applications currently available on Facebook
  • 140 – number of new applications added per day

(source)
Digg stats

  • 236,000,000 – number of visitors attracted annually by 2008 (according to a Compete survey)
  • 56% – percentage of Digg’s frontpage content allegedly controlled by top 100 users
  • 124,340 – number of stories MrBabyMan, the number one user, has Dugg (see updated number here)
  • 612 – number of stories from Cracked.com that have made page 1 of Digg (see all 41 pages of them here)
  • 36,925 – number of Diggs the most popular story in the last 365 days has received (see story here)
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Dieser Artikel wurde am 02.Februar 2009 von Simon Künzler geschrieben. Simon Künzler ist Mitbegründer und Managing Partner bei xeit. Er ist zudem Dozent an diversen Schulen, leitet Workshops und hält Referate. Seine Steckenpferde sind z.B. Social Media, Search Marketing (SEO/SEA), E-Mail-Marketing, Landing Pages, und, und, und...

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  1. Anonymous, 19. Januar, 2010:

    Great reads on the videos and other, but social media is not new, it is just evolving into a more mainstream and accesible avenue of communication. An avenue that small and big business needs to take advantage of. And CNN use of Twitter is only the beginning, but with Twitter you are limited, other sites such as Rejaw.com allows more text/ which means a bit more info can given without so many tweets. and by the way i’m not one of the technologically hip youth as you put it, i’m of the baby boomer over 50 that says, „Older people tweet too, and not just for fun.“

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