By Michelle Kimihira on Feb 22, 2013
WebCenter Product Marketing Team Blog
We live in very social times – in 60 seconds in today’s online world, we see 695,000 new searches on Google while 72 hours of new video is uploaded to YouTube. We send 11 million instant messages and tweet 98,000 times. There are 1,389 new blog postings and 695,000 new status updates to facebook. Meanwhile, Instagram gets 3,480 new photos uploaded.
Some of these figures may seem large, some may seem small, but they all show a trend for more - More - MORE as the population becomes ever more engaged with our social media world.
We see staggering statistics of social media usage across the globe – in 2011 YouTube had more than 1 TRILLION views or to put this in relative terms that would translate to 140 views for every person on the planet Earth. Over 4 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube. Facebook has 845 million active users that create 3.2 billion likes and comments every day. Facebook users spend an average of 6 hours, 35 minutes per month on the site. Facebook has reached 100 billion friendships. There are 250 million photos uploaded each day = 173,611/minute. Let’s face the facts – we are all hooked on socially engaging via the latest and greatest tools available.
Are you giving your customers, employees and partners the best online experience they have come to expect from their personal lives?
ARE YOU ENGAGING EVERYONE WITH EXCEPTIONAL EXPERIENCES?
Not to mention that this also usually includes managing huge QUANTITIES of business data, while replicating the QUALITY of the social media experience.
So then, how do you manage the qualities of a business – including data and interaction and replicate the quality of the social media experience?
#DoMoreWithOracle – we can certainly help! Watch our Do More with Oracle WebCenter Series to learn more. If you missed last week's keynote for The New Business Imperative: Social, Mobile, Cloud, go here.
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