Got a minute? If you do, stop and think about it – in the course of one day, how many social sites do you use? I was taken aback by the results when I pondered this thought – YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, Hootsuite, Pandora and Twitter. That sure is a lot of Internet interaction. Now, have you ever wondered just what happens over the Internet in the course of that one, single minute? The answer is more than you ever thought possible.
It’s so easy to track the Internet when given large gaps of time – even one day (24 hours) is simple to do in real-time. But crunch that down to a mere 60 seconds (or double the time it took for you to read this article so far) and it seems almost impossible to track just what the Internet is up to.
But alas, a new infographic from MediaBistro.com breaks it down for us, and as it turns out, we’re all one single atom of an alarmingly huge Internet entity.
So what happens every minute on the Internet?
And this is only a sampling. Also included in the infographic is that six new Wikipedia articles are published every minute, 1,300 new mobile users are gained and 61,141 hours of music are listened to on Pandora.
Check out the infographic below to see where you fit in social media by the minute:
Image via Mediabistro.com
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