No doubt about it, the Internet is big and lot of stuff is happening there. It is simply a massive library of data information.
If you want to know more about data being created on the Internet every second, this animated infograhpic titled The Internet in Real-Time puts things in perspective.
For every second, it shows how many Twitter accounts are created and how many tweets are tweeted. It also shows how many hours of video are watched on YouTube and how many hours of video are uploaded to YouTube.
Furthermore, the infographic shows how many Google+ accounts are made and how many Google searches are performed. It also shows how much ad revenue Google collects, how many items are purchased on Amazon, how much money is spent on Amazon and how many check-ins are made on Foursquare.
This infographic also shows how many WordPress blog posts are created and how many Yelp reviews are written. Other vital data include how many apps are downloaded from Apple’s App Store and how may Android apps are downloaded.
It also highlights how many Facebook likes and posts are recorded and how many GB of data are added via Facebook. Other highlighted social media data include user searches on LinkedIn, Skype minutes, Instagram likes, comments, and uploads.
We also have data on posts, comments and votes on reddit, posts on Tumblr, pins on Pinterest, emails sent, Dropbox files saved, SnapChat stories viewed and messages sent. WhatsApp accounts created and messages sent, Netflix hours watched and Pandora hours streamed.
The infographic is astounding, it gives you an idea of what is happening on the Internet every seconds. The Internet in real-time infographic is awesome. Check out a three-second preview of the animated infographic below: