Google Facts and Figures
By on February 24th, 2010

Royal Pingdom is one site which can come up with some really cool stuff, including analysis of huge amounts of data. So when I came across a post called Google facts and figures, I just sat down to see what interesting things I could learn about Google.

Google Facts and Figures

You can view the infographics at Royal Pingdom, but here are some highlights of the research put up by them.

  • Google gave 1.8 million shares to Stanford Univ to license PageRank, which were later sold in 2005 for $336 million.
  • 620 million visitors visit daily.
  • 97% of Google Revenue comes from their advertising services.
  • Google processes 20 Petabyte of information daily.
  • As of December 2009, Google’s assets were valued at $40.5 billion
  • A new Google employee is called Noogler, and later transitions to be called a Googler.
  • Google has a total of 19,835 employees worldwide out of which 37% are in sales and marketing and 37.5% in research and development.
  • 45% of Google products are in beta.
  • 20 hours of videos are uploaded to every minute.
  • now has a 5.22% market share.
  • There are about 146 million Gmail users.
  • 57% of the top 10,000 websites use Google Analytics to track users.

Phew, that was quite a lot of information. Some of these facts are really new to me, what about you?

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