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Ah, the internet. Most people can’t live without it.
As we enter into a new year, we looked back at how the Internet has changed and found some interesting, even shocking stats and trends.
– The Internet requires approximately 50 million horsepower in electricity. (Source: About.com)
– China represents 46% of the global internet usage. And, Facebook being banned in China? (Source: Staff.com infographic)
– In 1999: 38 million people had broadband internet. TODAY: 1.2 billion have it on their mobile phones.
– 85 percent people in the world have internet access and the rate of growth for mobile is 530+ Million – 5% year over year (Source: SocialMediaToday)
– More people have a mobile subscription service than access to safe drinking water and electricity. (Source: Business Insider)
– The average post from a Facebook brand page only reaches 16% of fans. (Source: The Next Web)
– 14.3 trillion webpages are live on the internet (Source: Worldwidewebsize.com)
– The Internet share of advertising is expected to rise to 31% by 2016. (Source: Advertising Age)
– More than 8.7 billion machines are currently connected to the Internet. (About.com)