This infographic shows how much activity happens on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat in one minute

Did you know, there are more than 4.1 million posts being “liked” on Facebook, and more than 590,000 swipes on Tinder with every passing minute of the day? Business management platform Domo has created an infographic that takes us on a closer look at how much data is created every minute on Instagram, YouTube, Netflix, Snapchat, and other popular platforms. The sheer amount of online activity taking place every minute of every day will blow your mind. See the infographic to find out more...

Data Never Sleeps: INFOGRAPHIC

Every minute Vine users play 1,041,666 videos, Instagram registers 221,736,111 likes and Amazon receives 4,310 unique visitors. Reddit users cast 18, 327 votes a minute and Apple users download 51,000 apps a minute. Business intelligence firm Domo has created an infographic which explores how often the most popular social networks and online sites are engaged. We’ve got the entire graphic after the jump...

What Happens in a Social Minute? (Infographic)

In the average minute, Facebook users like 4,166,667 posts, Twitter users post 347,222 tweets and Vine users view an astounding 1,041,666 videos. Software company Domo studied the social and mobile habits of users, breaking activity down into the average minute. Josh James, Domo’s CEO, commented on this infographic in a blog post: "Since 2013, the global internet population grew nearly 20% – from 2.4 billion to 3.2 billion people. Connectedness paves the way for innovation, and we see that happening every year with new technologies and services." ...

By the Numbers: Facebook Likes, Tinder Swipes, Uber Rides and More (Infographic)

Facebook users “like” more than 4.1 million posts every minute of every day. That means they like almost 250 million posts every hour. Tinder users swipe more than 590,000 times every minute of every day. That means they swipe past more than 35 million potential lovers every hour. Uber users take almost 700 rides every minute of every day. That means they’re taking more than 40,000 rides every hour. That’s a lot of Facebook liking, Tinder swiping and Uber ride-hailing. It’s kind of mind-boggling if you stop to think about it for, say, a minute. All of that activity means...

How Much Data Do the World’s Internet Users Produce Every Minute?

Earlier this week, Tinder claimed that it has created more than 8 billion “connections,” a completely unbelievable number. It was definitely BS–but didn’t it get you thinking about how the public’s online behaviors have changed and how much data we all create? Business management software company Domo just released the latest chapter in its “Data Never Sleeps” series, and the accompanying infographic may give you pause....

The Top 100 Analytics Startups of 2015

49% of the top 100 analytics startups are based in the Bay Area, 11% in New York and 10% in Boston.  Palantir Technologies, Domo, Mulesoft, Medallia, Qualtrics , Zeta Interactive , Sumo Logic, Lithium, Tanium and Birst are the top ten most-funded analytics startups.  Their combined total funding is approximately $3.4B. 32% are in late stage funding cycles as of today. These and other insights are from an analysis completed today using Mattermark Pro, in response to reader requests of which analytics startups are...

Big Data Startups News: Funding, Acquisitions And IPOs Q2 2015

U.S. venture capital investments rose 24% in the second quarter of 2015, reaching dot-com era levels of $19.19 billion, according to Dow Jones VentureSource. Worldwide, venture capital investments in the second quarter rose to $32 billion, according to KPMG and CB Insights. Here are the funding and exits highlights of the second quarter of 2015 in the big data space...  

10 Big Data/Business Intelligence Emerging Vendors You Need To Know About

Under The Radar Startups developing technology for collecting, analyzing and managing big data make up a disproportionate number of the companies on this year's CRN list of emerging vendors. That's not so surprising when you consider that big data is one of the hottest segments of the IT industry right now. Just take a look at recent venture funding announcements from such companies as Interana ($20 million in January), Looker ($30 million in March), Snowflake Computing ($45 million in June) and Domo (an astounding $200 million in April). Here's a selection of 10 big data/business analytics startups from this...

Welcome To The Unicorn Club, 2015: Learning From Billion-Dollar Companies

It’s been over a year since we wrote our original post sharing our analysis of the last decade’s most successful U.S.-based, venture-backed tech companies. As we wrote in our original post – many entrepreneurs, and the venture investors who back them, seek to build big, impactful companies valued at a billion dollars or more. We called these companies “unicorns” because what they had achieved seemed very difficult, rare, and relatively unstudied...

10 Companies That Are Probably Going Public in the Next Year

As so-called unicorns — or private companies that boast valuations in excess of $1 billion — become more and more commonplace, today’s IPO market has slowed significantly. If companies can continue to raise gobs of private equity, the thinking goes, then why withstand the scrutiny and liability of going public?
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