Tuesday, June 28, 2011

1 of 10 residents of Earth are Facebook users

The number of Facebook users are getting bigger with reached 700 million users. Pales in comparison with the Earth's population to reach 7 billion, Facebook took a share of 10%, so one might say 1 out of 10 inhabitants of the Earth is a Facebooker.

Of course this is a tremendous achievement from the site, launched in 2004. Earlier, might not be thought that if Mark Zuckerberg with roommate and fellow computer science student Eduardo Saverin--Harvard, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes is--will deliver phenomenal sites.

Facebook's own membership is limited to Harvard students initially, then expanded to other colleges in Boston, the Ivy League, and Stanford University. This site is slowly opening up to students at other universities before it opened to students in high school, and eventually to every person who is aged a minimum of 13 years.

According to the data Check Facebook, social networking sites have embraced the 688 million users. While according to Tech Crunch, there were already 700 million more users are hooked.

Here's the top 10 countries of the world's largest contributor of Facebooker Check version Facebook Tuesday (29/6/2011):

United States 150.498.840 (user)
Indonesia 38.518.380
United Kingdom 29.773.820
Turkey 29.284.100
India 28.581.200
Mexico 26.418.280
Philippines 25.018.080
France 22.601.360
Brazil 20.612.680
Italy 19.711.360