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American consumers spend more than 100 billion hours on Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo

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American consumers spend more than 100 billion hours on Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo

It is now clear that website use is a fairly normal part of daily life, and the vast majority of people tend to participate more or less regularly, but what has become through the use of certain websites is that at the end of the day, we usually do not know how much time we actually spent. According to comments on SimilarWeb, Americans spend tens of billions of hours on the most popular websites.

The page with the most clocks is Google, which makes sense because it is a portal to the Internet in many ways. According to rankings, Americans spend more than 57 billion hours each year on Google. The place is YouTube, and Americans spend nearly 30 billion hours on YouTube every year.

Basically, this means that Google spends more than 80 billion working hours on Facebook for most of the time people spend on the Internet and its various resources, while on the other hand, its average working hours are less than 10 billion hours.

People usually use Facebook through apps instead of browsers, so actual Facebook usage statistics may vary slightly. Twitter and Yahoo get 3.7 billion or 3 billion hours of viewing time per year, considering that Yahoo was once considered the leader of search engines, but now it has fallen into a rather shallow depth, which is very ironic.

However, just looking at the number of hours a website has been viewed is not enough. It needs to be contextualized by observing the time the user spends each time visiting the website. Facebook and Twitter have similar statistics: Twitter won this category because the user spent nearly 11 minutes on a single visit, while the time spent on Facebook was 10 minutes and 13 seconds.

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Yahoo has only 7 minutes and 46 seconds, far less than the nearly 12 minutes of a single visit by Google. However, the winner in this category is YouTube, and it won by a larger margin. In fact, YouTube takes less than 22 minutes per visit, which shows the durability of the platform, because users usually spend a lot of time on it every time they visit.

American consumers spend more than 100 billion hours on Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo

American consumers spend more than 100 billion hours on Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo

OVERVIEW:

It is now clear that website use is a fairly normal part of daily life, and the vast majority of people tend to participate more or less regularly, but what has become through the use of certain websites is that at the end of the day, we usually do not know how much time we actually spent. Basically, this means that Google spends more than 80 billion working hours on Facebook for most of the time people spend on the Internet and its various resources, while on the other hand, its average working hours are less than 10 billion hours.

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