Life Of A Facebook Photo [Infographic]


With more than 500 million users spending over 700 billion minutes per month, Facebook is the top dog in terms of Internet traffic. Facebook users share about 30 billion pieces of content each month which comprises of web links, news stories, and photos or photo albums. Last year, I shared with you an infographic on the world of Facebook, today I’ll share with you an infographic about one of the most common contents shared on the popular social network – photos.

This infographic is about the “hard knock” life of a photo in Facebook – how it was taken, the process of uploading and tagging, then the comments, likes and other reactions it gets. The Life Of A Facebook Photo infographic was created by the folks from Pixable, a company that provides users with tools to manage and share online photos, one such tool is an app that allows users to create mosaics from their Facebook photos.

Life Of A Facebook Photo infographic:
Life of a Facebook Photo
[click on the image to view a larger version]

What do you think of Pixable’s Life Of A Facebook Photo infographic? Can you relate to it? What do you use to take photos – film camera, digital camera, mobile phone or tablet? Please share your thoughts.

[via TechCrunch]

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1 Comment

  1. DiTesco

    July 11, 2011 at 11:18 AM

    Wow, this is just to reiterate that I am no where close to understanding how FB can make this while process so complex. No worries though, not much of a FB fan myself :)

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