Every Minute, the Internet Goes Through an Incredible Amount of Content

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Every Minute, the Internet Goes Through an Incredible Amount of Content

To illustrate just how much digital activity takes place every minute, Lori Lewis and Chadd Callahan created an eye-popping graphic. Their wheel demonstrates how hard it can be to keep up with everything going on across the dozens of major platforms that we turn to on a daily basis.


For instance, the collective internet watches 4.1 million YouTube videos every minute, and users post over 46,200 images on Instagram (which must include an absurd amount of brunch photos on Sunday). And if you’re curious about something and head over to Google, you’ll contribute to over 3.5 million searches, which translates to more than 5 billion queries every day.


For marketers, this chart is a good reminder that nobody wants to be bombarded with senseless advertisements, promotional emails, and generic LinkedIn messages. People just don’t have time for a subpar experience with so much digital activity going on around them. You have to produce breakthrough content that provides unique value. And as these platforms continue to grow, the competition for attention will only increase. Read more: https://contently.com/strategist/2017/08/08/content-every-minute-graphic/

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