If Facebook Was A Country, It Would Be The World’s 4th Largest

Sep 7th, 2009 | By | Category: General, Internet TV, iPods & Portable Media Players, Podcasting

This video, via Socialnomics, looks at the social media revolution.

Watch it – you’ll find out some facts that will surprise you, no matter how engaged in social media you happen to be.

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7 Responses to “If Facebook Was A Country, It Would Be The World’s 4th Largest”

  1. The “Years to reach 50 million” is a little misleading. Planetary population has changed over the years so there are just more people on the planet now than in the past. This can be seen reflected in TV statistics; while a show may get a lower share today than a show of the past it will often get just as many viewers. Also, Facebook didn’t require the purchase of extra equipment beyond what people already owned where as TV and radios were major purchases.

  2. anonymous says:

    it is now the third largest country with 350million people

  3. chaimss says:

    350M user names perhaps, not people. Many, if not most, have multiple accounts.

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