Each minute, on average, consumers watch 7 million online videos, buy $222,000 worth of goods from Amazon, and ask Siri 100,000 questions, according to recent research from Domo.
The researchers examined publicly available data from a range of sources—including social networks, e-commerce sites, media companies, research reports, and Web traffic measurement tools—to determine the average number of interactions happening online each minute.
Among other key insights from the analysis:
—Buzzfeed users view 159,000 pieces of content on average in a minute.
—Facebook Messenger users share 216,000 photos.
—Tinder users swipe 972,000 times.
—Google translates 69.5 million words.
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About the research: The report was based on publicly available United States data from a range of sources, including social networks, e-commerce sites, media companies, research reports, and Web traffic measurement tools.
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