347,000 tweets are sent, 300 hours of videos are uploaded on Youtube and more than a million photo likes and a half are given on Instagram and Facebook in just one minute. To give a last example: more than 350 GB data are uploaded. This happens in a minute, let alone in a whole year.
You will for certain wonder who is capable to handle all that information but what I am wondering right now is: what is the information that we share? What do we talk about?
If you are wondering this, then you are in luck! It is almost New Year’s Eve and the main Social Networks have already done a review of the most commented throughout these 365 days of the year. Will you be surprised by anything?
Throughout 2015 we started to share GIF format images, whatch 360º videos, interact on a post with “Surprises me” instead of a “like”… but do you know what are the main topics?
Whatch out for this piece of information: 4 out of 5 most retweeted content in Twitter are from the members of One Direction…
This and other anecdotes of the year are given by Twitter on this complete microsite.
This fast-growing Social Network has decided to offer us the best of 2015 in small pills. At this point, we have seen the most photographed places, the most liked photographs (a list full of women) or the most used hashtag. Do you guess which one it is? #Love, of course.
In a year in which they managed to reach 100 million users and added the “Buy” bottom, among other things, Pinterest hardly offered details of the hightlights of the year. They have lauched the most searched in 6 countries list and the 10 most pinned products.
To end with, two extra things: we are going to show you the best on Youtube and Google (even though these ones cannot be considered as Social Networks).
Apart from making its particular video with the highlights, this Social Network has published two lists: the most watched 2015 videos and the top 10 music videos.
Curiosity: users has played the top 10 music videos at an equivalent time of 37,000 years!
The terrorist attacks in Paris (more than 897 million searches), the Star Wars premiere (more than 155 million) or the water discovery in Mars (more than 10 million) have been the most searched items in this king of all search engines. Here you are more interesting data.