Thursday, January 13, 2011

Internet Overview: 2010


E-mail

107 trillion - the number of e-mails sent on the Internet in 2010
294 billion - the average number of e-mail messages per day.
1.88 billion - the number of e-mail users around the world.
480 million - new  e-mail  users from in 2010
89.1% - percent of spam emails
262 billion - the number of spam e-mail messages per day
2.9 billion - the number of e-mail accounts worldwide.

Web Site
255 million - the number of websites in December 2010
21.4 million - the new websites in 2010


Web Servers
The share of web servers in December 2010

Domains

88.8 million -. COM domain at the end of 2010
13.2 million -. NET domains at the end of 2010
8.6 million -. ORG domains at the end of 2010
79.2 million - the number of top-level domains country (eg UK, NL, etc.)
7% - Growth of domains in relation to the year before.
Social Networking

152 million - the number of blogs on the Internet
25 billion - the number of sent tweets on Twitter in 2010
100 million - new profile on Twitter open in 2010
175 million - of people on Twitter September 2010
7.7 million - people who follow @ ladygaga (Lady Gaga is the beneficiary of the most follower on Twitter).
600 million - the number of users on Facebook in late 2010
20 million - so the Facebook application is installed per day

Web Browsers


Video
2 billion - number of videos that look a day on YouTube.
35 - number of hours of video every minute that set up on YouTube.
186 - number of online videos that the average Internet user views in a month (U.S.).
2 + billion - the number of video views per month, which is on Facebook.
20 million - number of videos on Facebook, which is set monthly.
Images

5 billion - the number of photos on Flickr (September 2010).
3000 + - number of photos as each minute set on Flickr.
3 + billion - the number of photos as a monthly publication on Facebook.



Enjoy!

24 comments:

  1. Interesting to compare blogspot traffic stats to the browser market shares above. I consistently see <<10% IE.

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  2. very interesting list . almost 90 percent spam emails lol

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  3. I'm loving this post. As you can see from my blog http://trendsandgraphs.blogspot.com/ I love graphs. That pie chart really is something else. Nice blogging.

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  4. man, when you see those stats it makes you realise how crazy the internet is

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  5. hmm who is that Apache? i mean who owns it?

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  6. IE needs to go away completely.

    Don't forget to check and support often your local information hot-spot lifeformation.blogspot.com!

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  7. How on earth did Lady Gaga become so big? I mean I love some of her music but I just don't get it!

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  8. Interesting. E-mail is %89 percent spam...

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  9. Damn IE.. New versions are finally O.K. (8&9), but there's still a huge load of people using IE6 usually on non updated win xp..

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  10. Wow. Just think. If this country had a dollar for every email that was sent out last year, we'd be in good shape.

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  11. internet taking over real life....and I'm ok with this. haha

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  12. I would be SO happy if twitter disappeared :D

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  13. shyooot flickr has a tooon of photos on it now

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  14. Those are some wild stats! Wow.

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  15. Wow, those facts are simply amazing, who wouldve thought ...

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  16. so much bandwidth goes to so much useless garbage.

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  17. People still send emails nowadays?! They need to get with today's technologies!

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  18. WHY IS THERE SO MUCH SPAM GDI

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  19. The social networking figures disappointed me.

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