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A look at how the online world is changing

Last updated on: October 11, 2012 08:39 IST

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Mass use on Internet started growing 20 years ago, and withing two decades there are now about two billion people connected to the online world.

Let's take a look at the growth of Internet and how it will evolve in the future.

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Internet story

How old is commercial Internet? 20 years old

How many have access to Internet? Two billion

What's the total global population? About seven billion

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Internet access (G 20 countries, including India)

Fixed connection (2005): 230 million

Fixed connection (2010): 300 million

Mobile connection (2010): 700 million

Fixed connection (2015): 520 million

Mobile connection (2015): 2,700 million

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Global Internet device sales

Tablets: 930,000,000

Smartphones: 850,000,000

Personal computers: 360,000,000

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Projected global Internet device sales

Tablets (2016): 2,700,000,000

Smartphones (2016): 2,300,000,000

Personal computers (2016): 300,000,000

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Facebook

Monthly active Facebook users: 1 billion

Monthly active Facebook users: 550 million

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Social networks (monthly unique visitors)

Facebook: 160,000

Twitter: 40,000

Linkedin: 38,000

Tumblr: 21,0000

Google+: 20,000

Pinterest: 15,000

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Social networks

Average time spent on social networks: 26 minutes per day

Average time spent on portals: 18 minutes per day

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Market value

Market value of Apple: $623 billion

Market value of Google: $250 billion

Market value of Amazon: $150 billion

Market value of Facebook: $50 billion

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Old media vs new media

Market value of old media: $450 billion

Market value of new media: $1,500 billion

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US digital advertising

Google: 55 per cent

Facebook: 11 per cent

Microsoft: 8 per cent

Yahoo: 7 per cent

AOL: 4 per cent

Other: 15 per cent

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Advertising

Offline advertising share (US): 62 per cent

Online advertising share (US): 38 per cent

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Advertising share

TV advertising share (US): 42 per cent

Online advertising share (US): 38 per cent

Print advertising share (US): 9 per cent

Radio advertising share (US): 7 per cent

Outdoor advertising share (US): 4 per cent

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Digital video revenue

Hulu: $4,500 million

YouTube: $4,000 million

Netflix: $3,000 million

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Online advertising

Google: 62 per cent

All other online: 27 per cent

Facebook: 11 per cent


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