New research shows the volume of different types of data published and consumed on the Internet every minute. The annual report Data Never Sleeps (Data never sleeps), prepared by the company Domo, reflects the activity of people on social media, watching streaming video, ordering in online stores…
Every 60 seconds, an average of 231.4 million emails and 16 million text messages are sent around the world. In the same time period, Facebook users posted 1.7 million pieces of content, 347,200 posts went to Twitter, 66,000 new photos appeared on Instagram pages, and 2.43 million photos appeared and disappeared on Snapchat.
500 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube in just one minute, 1.1 million potential partners are evaluated on Tinder, 5.9 million search queries are sent to Google, and Zoom users spend a total of 104.6 thousand hours on video calls.
Amazon customers spend $443,000 on the platform every minute, blockchain users buy $90.2 million worth of cryptocurrency, and online movie viewers consume 1 million hours of content.
The dynamics over the last 10 years are also interesting. In 2012, every minute 2 million queries were sent to Google (now 5.9 million), 48 hours of video on YouTube (now 500), 3.6 thousand photos on Instagram (now 66 thousand), 100 thousand tweets (now 347.2 thousand) and 684 thousand posts on Facebook (now 1.7 million).
Only the avalanche of e-mail messages did not grow as significantly. While in 2012 users sent 204 million messages per minute, to date their number is “slightly” higher – 231.4 million, according to the research data.