Las tendencias que triunfaron en la web en 2012

¿Cuántos emails se han enviado? ¿Cuál es el buscador preferido de los usuarios? ¿y de tweets? … todo esto y mucho más según la  Información recogida por Pingdom:

Email

  • 2.2 billion – Number of email users worldwide.
  • 144 billion – Total email traffic per day worldwide.
  • 61% – Share of emails that were considered non-essential.
  • 4.3 billion – Number of email clients worldwide in 2012.
  • 35.6% – Usage share of the most popular email client, which was Mail for iOS.
  • 425 million – Number of active Gmail users globally, making it the leading email provider worldwide.
  • 68.8% – Percentage of all email traffic that was spam.
  • 50.76% – Percentage of all spam that was about pharmaceuticals, the top category of all spam.
  • 0.22% – Share of worldwide emails that comprised some form of phishing attack.

Web pages, websites, and web hosting

  • 634 million – Number of websites (December).
  • 51 million – Number of websites added during the year.
  • 43% – Share of the top 1 million websites that are hosted in the U.S.
  • 48% – Share of the the top 100 blogs that run WordPress.
  • 75% – Share of the top 10,000 websites that are served by open source software.
  • 87.8 million – Number of Tumblr blogs.
  • 17.8 billion – Number of page views for Tumblr.
  • 59.4 million – Number of WordPress sites around the world.
  • 3.5 billion – Number of webpages run by WordPress viewed each month.
  • 37 billion –  Number of pageviews for Reddit.com in 2012.
  • 35% – The average web page became this much larger during 2012.
  • 4% – The average web page became this much slower to load during 2012.
  • 191 million – Number of visitors to Google Sites, the number 1 web property in the U.S. in November.

Web servers

  • -6.7% – Decline in the number of Apache websites in 2012.
  • 32.4% – Growth in the number of IIS websites in 2012.
  • 36.4% – Growth in the number of NGINX websites in 2012.
  • 15.9% – Growth in the number of Google websites in 2012.

Domain names

  • 246 million – Number of domain name registrations across all top-level domains.
  • 104.9 million – Number of country code top-level domain name registrations.
  • 329 – Number of top level domains.
  • 100 million – Number of .com domain names at the end of 2012.
  • 14.1 million – Number of .net domain names at the end of 2012.
  • 9.7 million – Number of .org domain names at the end of 2012.
  • 6.7 million – Number of .info domain names at the end of 2012.
  • 2.2 million – Number of .biz domain names at the end of 2012.
  • 32.44% – Market share for GoDaddy.com, the biggest domain name registrar in the world.
  • $2.45 million – The price for Investing.com, the most expensive domain name sold in 2012.

Internet users

  • 2.4 billion – Number of Internet users worldwide.
  • 1.1 billion – Number of Internet users in Asia.
  • 519 million – Number of Internet users in Europe.
  • 274 million – Number of Internet users in North America.
  • 255 million – Number of Internet users in Latin America / Caribbean.
  • 167 million – Number of Internet users in Africa.
  • 90 million – Number of Internet users in the Middle East.
  • 24.3 million – Number of Internet users in Oceania / Australia.
  • 565 million – Number of Internet users in China, more than any other country in the world.
  • 42.1% – Internet penetration in China.

Social media

  • 85,962 – Number of monthly posts by Facebook Pages in Brazil, making it the most active country on Facebook.
  • 1 billion – Number of monthly active users on Facebook, passed in October.
  • 47% – Percentage of Facebook users that are female.
  • 40.5 years – Average age of a Facebook user.
  • 2.7 billion – Number of likes on Facebook every day.
  • 24.3% – Share of the top 10,000 websites that have Facebook integration.
  • 200 million – Monthly active users on Twitter, passed in December.
  • 819,000+ – Number of retweets of Barack Obama’s tweet “Four more years”, the most retweets ever.
  • 327,452 – Number of tweets per minute when Barack Obama was re-elected, the most ever.
  • 729,571 – Number of messages per minute when the Chinese microblogging service Sina Weibo saw 2012 finish and 2013 start.
  • 9.66 million – Number of tweets during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 olympics.
  • 175 million – Average number of tweets sent every day throughout 2012.
  • 37.3 years – Average age of a Twitter user.
  • 307 – Number of tweets by the average Twitter user.
  • 51 – Average number of followers per Twitter user.
  • 163 billion – the number of tweets since Twitter started, passed in July.
  • 123 – Number of heads of state that have a Twitter account.
  • 187 million – Number of members on LinkedIn (September).
  • 44.2 years – Average age of a Linkedin user.
  • 135 million – Number of monthly active users on Google+.
  • 5 billion – How many times per day the +1 button on Google+ is used.
  • 20.8% – Usage share of HootSuite as a social media management tool among the world’s top 100 brands.

Web browsers

Search

  • 1.2 trillion – Number of searches on Google  in 2012.
  • 67% – Google’s market-leading share of the U.S. search market (December).
  • 1 – The top trending question of the year on Ask.com: “Will Rob and Kristen get back together?”

Mobile

  • 1.1 billion – Number of global smartphone subscribers.
  • 6.7 billion – Number of mobile subscriptions.
  • 5 billion – Number of mobile phone users.
  • 5.3 billion – Number of mobile handsets.
  • 1.3 billion – Number of smartphones in use worldwide by end of 2012.
  • 465 million – Number of Android smartphones sold in 2012, a 66% market share.
  • 31% – Percentage of the U.S. Internet population that used a tablet or e-reader.
  • 13% – Mobile share of global Internet traffic.
  • 5 billion – Number of mobile broadband subscriptions.
  • 1.3 exabytes – Estimated global mobile data traffic per month in 2012.
  • 59% – Share of global mobile data traffic that was video.
  • 500 megabytes – Amount of monthly data traffic consumed by the average smartphone.
  • 504 kbps – The average mobile network connection speed globally (all handsets).
  • 1,820 kbps – The average mobile network connection speed globally (smartphones).

Video

  • 14 million – Number of Vimeo users.
  • 200 petabytes – Amount of video played on Vimeo during 2012.
  • 150,648,303 – Number of unique visitors for video to Google Sites, the number one video property (September).
  • 1 billion – PSY’s Gangnam Style video became the first online video to reach 1 billion views (currently just over 1.1 billion) and it achieved it in just 5 months.
  • 2.7 billion – Number of views of videos uploaded to YouTube tagged Obama or Romney during the 2012 U.S. election cycle
  • 2.5 million – Number of hours of news-related video that was uploaded to YouTube.
  • 8 million – The number of concurrent viewers of the lifestream of Felix Baumgartner’s jump from the edge of space, the most ever on YouTube.
  • 4 billion – Number of hours of video we watched on YouTube per month.
  • 60 million – Number of global viewers monthly on Ustream.
  • 16.8 million – Number of total viewers in a 24 hour period for a video on Ustream, the most ever.
  • 181.7 million – Number of total unique viewers of online video in the U.S. during December.

Images

  • 7 petabytes – How much photo content Facebook added every month.
  • 300 million – Number of new photos added every day to Facebook.
  • 5 billion – The total number of photos uploaded to Instagram since its start, reached in September 2012.
  • 58 – Number of photos uploaded every second to Instagram.
  • 1 – Apple iPhone 4S was the most popular camera on Flickr.

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