Facebook Continues To Gobble Up Worldwide Competition [Infographic]

Filed as News on June 13, 2011 7:36 pm

Facebook World Map Domination PreviewFacebook has seen massive growth over the last several years and with nearly 700 million users accessing the network a closer visual look at the company’s growth shows just how much they have grown and taken over various geographical regions.

As you’ll notice in the infographic shown below, the company has actually experienced some traffic decreases in various countries over the last several months, however their reach in developing countries has continued to expand.

Interestingly enough, according to a recent examination Facebook is said to have lost 6 million U.S. visitors in May 2011, while Canada and the UK experienced losses of their own. In general as Facebook reaches 50% of a countries population growth tends to slow to a near halt, while some countries see slight losses.

When examining the notable differences in certain parts of the world be sure to pay close attention to countries where Facebook still faces an uphill battle such as Russia, certain parts of Asia and parts of South America:

Facebook World Dominance MapDo you find that more of your Facebook friends are jumping ship? If you’ve jumped ship be sure to let us know what led to that decision on your part.

[SocialNewsDaily via AllFacebook]




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