What happens online in 60 seconds? [Infographic]

(We’ve updated this infographic! Click here to see the numbers for 2014!)

Have you ever caught yourself finding it harder and harder to concentrate on one task for a long period of time? Even if you’re just looking through your friend’s holiday photos on Facebook, you’re also scrolling through Twitter, reading a news article and constantly flicking through tabs and windows. Even when trying to concentrate on something that needs to get done you have to simultaneously be talking to your mum on Skype. Well, apparently you’re not the only one – we’ve found out exactly what happens online in an average minute online and we think you’ll be fairly surprised. Intel also helped us with some additional data to understand that all important minute!

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24 Comments on "What happens online in 60 seconds? [Infographic]"

  1. What is the full number for Amazon sales per 60 seconds? I see 83,00 . . . think I’m not seeing the entire number. Thanks.

  2. Thanks for your kind words!

  3. Where we got our data from is listed, but we have now made it clearer to include Intel.

  4. I think about a tenth of those emails wind up in my inbox….

  5. I am curious as to if these same stats exist for a year prior? it would be grerat to show the change from a year ago…

  6. wow very good

  7. I’m a technology teacher in Missouri and I was wondering if I could get the graphic as a poster to hang in my classroom.

  8. Dear Amy,
    I am working for a German magazine called “JS Magazin” in Germany. We’d love ti feature your infographic in ournext issue with the relevant credits, of course. Would you be so kind to email me a larger high resolution version to use.
    Thanks a lot!

  9. I would like to use this infographic in an assignment I am putting together on Digital learning and 21st century skills. It may be viewed by other educators at some point but will only be viewed for educational/ non commercial purposes. I will attribute correctly. Would the be possible ? – it is a fantastic visual !
    Regards Sandy

  10. Hi,

    This Infograph is great and I would like to include it in my ppt in a public speech: may I do that?

    Thanks a lot,


  11. Dear Sir

    I am a editor form Liwen Culture & Chuliu Book Company at Taiwan.

    We are going to publish a schoolbook for college student about Sociology and Taiwan at September . One chapter of this book will talking about how technology impact the society.

    We found this picture are useful for students to understand the internet .

    We would appreciate it if you could kindly allow us to use this picture in the schoolbook for free.

    We look forward to receiving your reply.

    Faithfully yours,

    Ray Wang

    • Hi Ray,

      You may use the picture. Please ensure to quote Qmee as the source.


  12. Murat Tekmen | July 6, 2014 at 8:31 pm |

    It’s the best infographic i’ve seen. Would love to use it on our web site with Qmee as the source ofc. Thanks,

  13. I love this infographic. This is why I find the internet so engaging. So much goes on that we don’t even realize. Thanks.

  14. The great thing about all the content that is being generated is that there are far more people sharing the information, so the really important stuff makes it to you sooner or later.

  15. Fantastic. I knew the numbers would have been great , but I never thought so much

  16. Outstanding. Thanks

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