100+ Online Statistics and Facts in 2022

The one-stop-shop for statistics and facts that every marketer should know. This ultimate collection of 100+ stats & facts will be great for any twitter feed or your next blog post.

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• Social Media Stats

• E-commerce Stats

• Advertising Stats

• Mobile Stats

Social Media Fact and Stats

In 2019, it is estimated that there will be around 2.77 billion social media users around the globe, up from 2.46 billion in 2017.

The average attention span in 2000 was 12 seconds, this year the average attention span is just 8 seconds. That is less than the 9 second attention span of your average goldfish.

71% of consumers who have had a good social media service experience with a brand are likely to recommend it to others.

B2B audiences largely prefer LinkedIn (82%), Twitter (66%), YouTube (64%), Facebook (41%), and SlideShare (38%) as their preferred social media platforms.

Infographics are liked and shared on social media 3X more than any other type of content.

Facebook shows the most powerful social media ecommerce statistics, sending a massive 60% of all ecommerce referrals for last year.

Over 2 billion messages are exchanged between brands and users each month, with 45.8% of people saying they would rather contact a business through messaging than email.

Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are the top messaging services, with over 50% of internet users using one or the other.

Over 90% of marketers who employ an influencer marketing strategy in social media believe it is successful.

500 million+ accounts use Instagram Stories every day

Snapchat usage is highest amongst the Gen Z population (38% regularly use it).

80 per cent of accounts follow a business on Instagram

1 Billion+ Instagram accounts worldwide are active every single month.

LinkedIn has 500 million users.

Twitter has 336 million monthly active users.

People spend an average of 2 hours and 15 minutes per day on social media networks.

Top brands on Instagram are seeing a per-follower engagement rate of 4.21%, which is 58 times higher than on Facebook and 120 times higher than on Twitter.

500 million+ Instagram accounts worldwide are active every day

25 million+ Instagram business profiles worldwide.

2 million+ advertisers worldwide use Instagram to share their stories and drive business results.

60% of people say they discover new products on Instagram.

200 million+ Instagrammers visit at least one business profile daily.

80% increase in time spent watching video on Instagram.

1/3 of the most viewed stories are from businesses.

1 billion WhatsApp accounts are active every day.

1.5 billion WhatsApp accounts are active every month.

2 billion minutes of calls every day

450 million WhatsApp accounts are active on WhatsApp Status every day.

By the end of 2018, 78% of the world’s smartphone users will message every month. By 2021, it’s predicted that the global user base for mobile messaging apps will have risen by a further 23%.

Across 8 markets surveyed globally, 67% of people say their messaging has increased over the past two years.

Across 8 markets surveyed globally, 80% of adults message daily.

Across 8 markets surveyed globally, 51% of people say messaging has replaced other forms of communication.

On Messenger People share more than 17 billion photos, and 400 million people use voice and video chat every month.

On WhatsApp There are 4.5 billion photos, 1 billion videos and 80 million GIFs shared per day.

On Instagram Visual inspiration leads to messages through Direct, with 150 million Instagrammers connecting with businesses each month. And 1 in 3 of these conversations begins with an Instagram Story.

Across 8 markets surveyed globally, 91% of consumers say they’re more likely to shop with brands who recognize, remember and provide them with relevant offers and recommendations.

On Facebook in the US, conversation around information overload has been on the rise, growing 2.4x in just 21 months.

Across 4 markets surveyed globally, 45% of people say they’d prefer to have fewer apps on their phones.

The expectation of an immediate response may even help explain people’s rising in interest in bots: US conversation on Facebook around chatbots grew 5.6x in a year.

On WhatsApp There are 4.5 billion photos, 1 billion videos and 80 million GIFs shared per day.

1 billion+ people see an Audience Network ad each month

32% of the top 500 free apps on Google Play in the US monetise with Audience Network

15% fewer conversions, on average, happen when Audience Network is removed as a placement

56% of store purchases are influenced by digital interactions and 66% of those interactions are happening on mobile

Among those surveyed that look for deals, 38% use Instagram to find information on deals and sales during Ramadan.

94% of those surveyed say they use at least one Facebook app at least once a month.

76% of people surveyed in the UK say they use the Facebook family of apps during Ramadan.

On average, Snapchatters use our app over 20 times a day, and spend an average of 30 minutes on the app, creating 3 billion Snaps daily

190 million people On average use Snapchat every day globally to talk with friends, play with augmented reality, keep up with what’s happening around the world, and more.

Snapchat videos get more than 10B daily views.

Over 610M active professionals are on LinkedIn. Target them by job title, function, industry, and more.

There are 9 billion content impressions in the LinkedIn feed every week.

Only 3 million users share content weekly on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn makes up more than 50% of all social traffic to B2B websites & blogs.

92% of B2B marketers include LinkedIn in their digital marketing mix.

Long-form content gets the most shares on LinkedIn.

81% of marketers found that increased traffic occurred with as little as 6 hours per week invested in social media marketing.


The average amount of time between a Google product search and a purchase is 20 days (it’s 26 days on Amazon).

35% of Google product searches turn into transactions within 5 days.

Cross-device targeting yields 16% more conversions for retail advertisers in the US.

Last reported in February 2019, the figure quoted was more than 800,000 merchants are now powered by Shopify. 2017 saw an increase of 200,000+ new merchants.

Shopify’s total revenue for the full year 2018 was $1.073 billion, a 59% increase over 2017. Total revenue for 2017 was $673.3 million, a 73% increase over 2016. Financial outlook for 2019 specifies revenues in the range of $1.48 billion to $1.50 billion.

In the 1st quarter of 2019, 79% of traffic and 69% of orders on Shopify stores are coming through mobile devices.

71% of shoppers believe they will get a better deal online than in stores.

One in four people will continue to shop online at least once a week, and yet only 28% of U.S. small businesses are selling their products online.

Online grocery shopping will reach $100 billion by 2025, grabbing 20% of the total grocery market.

47.3% of the world population is expected to buy online in 2018.

Despite mobile use increase, desktop sales continue to reign supreme.

According to Pingdom, the fastest website to date is bhphotovideo.com, followed by hm.com and bestbuy.com, all of which have page loading speeds of under 0.5 second.

Global online retail sales are growing and are estimated to reach 8.8% of total retail spending in 2018. The UK has the highest recorded ecommerce sales, followed by China, Norway, Finland, and South Korea.

E-commerce sales reached $2.29 trillion in 2017 and are expected to reach $3.45 trillion worth of sales in 2019.

Online grocery shopping will reach $100 billion by 2025, grabbing 20% of the total grocery market.

A 1-second delay in page loading speed can cost you 7% of your e-commerce conversions.

Sites on the first page of Google search results have an average page load speed of less than 2000 milliseconds.

28% of online shoppers will abandon their cart if the shipping costs are too high.

By 2019, it is estimated that there will be 224 million digital shoppers in the United States alone.

47% of all online orders include free shipping.

Online shoppers will spend 30% more per order when free shipping is included.

While the majority of smartphone and tablet owners (68%) have attempted to make a purchase on their device, two-thirds (66%) failed to complete a transaction due to obstacles encountered during checkout.

Cart abandonment accounts for $18 billion in sales losses each year.

The abandonment rate for mobile shopping carts is 97% compared to 70-75% for desktop carts.

The top reasons for cart abandonment include – shipping costs too high, not ready to purchase, not qualifying for free shipping, shipping costs shown too late in the purchase process, and websites loading too slowly.

Amazon is responsible for more than 49% of all online sales and about 5% of all retail sales in the United States.

71% of all buyers start with generic unbranded searches.

Mobile checkout options are increasing since 84% of people have at least one concern with data breaches and online shopping.

Last year 174 million Americans who shopped between Black Friday and Cyber Monday spent an average of $335 per person.

It is estimated that 1.92 billion people are expected to buy something online in 2019.

80% of North American adults use ad-blocking. If nothing is done to address ad-blocking, it’s estimated that by 2020 it will cost businesses $75 billion annually.

In 2019 videos are expected to account for 80% of all traffic on the Internet.

Average e-commerce conversion rate: 2.00%

59% of US online shoppers said that they want to receive notifications about the status of their refund.

79% of US consumers said that free shipping would make them more likely to shop online.

83% of US online shoppers expect regular communication about their purchases.


Video is now one of advertisers’ greatest opportunities, with 90% of consumers watching online or mobile video at least weekly.

Digital media is expected to generate 51%, or over $240 billion dollars, of all ad money spent globally in 2019.

Search advertisements are the most popular type of digital advertisement right now, with marketers boosting expenditure in 2018 by 12% to reach $113 billion spent.

TV ads are expected to bring in a 2.5% increase in revenue this upcoming year, despite past drops – topping out at around $183 billion.

Facebook ad revenue is expected to jump 32.1%, while advertisers are expected to spend 14.8% more with Google ads.

Mobile video ads are changing. For example, Snapchat is expected to release a feature where users can swipe left for friends’ snaps and right for editorial content, so marketers can get involved and offer ads.

63% of all search ads will be mobile based in 2019, reaching $28.25 billion spent.

Digital media is expected to generate 51%, or over $240 billion dollars, of all ad money spent globally in 2019.

Search advertisements are the most popular type of digital advertisement right now, with marketers boosting expenditure in 2018 by 12% to reach $113 billion spent.

While the majority of smartphone and tablet owners (68%) have attempted to make a purchase on their device, two-thirds (66%) failed to complete a transaction due to obstacles encountered during checkout.

Cart abandonment accounts for $18 billion in sales losses each year.

The abandonment rate for mobile shopping carts is 97% compared to 70-75% for desktop carts.

93 percent of marketers use Facebook advertising regularly.

Instagram will gain an estimated 70 percent of Facebook’s ad revenue by 2020.

The average Facebook user clicks on eight advertisements per month.

Paid YouTube mobile advertising is 84 percent more likely to receive attention than advertising on television.

Viewers who watch TrueView ads — i.e., watch at least 30 seconds of one — were 23 times more likely to visit or subscribe to the brand’s channel, watch more ads by that brand or share the brand’s video

Native advertising increases purchase intent by 18 percent.


About 400 million mobile users use ad blockers to avoid seeing ads on their mobile devices.

82% of people use their smartphones to research purchases they are about to make in a store.

About 75% of e-commerce sales in China are done via mobile devices.

By 2019, 63.4 percent of all mobile phone users will access the Internet from their mobile phone.

Mobile e-commerce will be responsible for $2.32 trillion — or about 67.2 percent — of e-commerce sales by 2021.

90 percent of the time spent on mobile devices is spent in apps.

About 53% of emails are opened on mobile devices, with a 25% more likelihood of being opened with a personalized subject line.

Google makes up a staggering 32.4% of total mobile ad expenditure, with Facebook a close second with 24.6%

70% of mobile users report disliking mobile ads, despite their continued use by businesses.

91% of people in the United Arab Emirates access the internet on their phone, followed by Singapore at 88% and Saudi Arabia at 86%. The United States is only at 57% of people accessing the internet via a mobile device.

As of March 2017, 80% of top Alexa websites were mobile friendly.

80% of all internet users own a mobile phone.

People spend 89% of their mobile media time on apps and the other 11% spent on websites.

Tablets have the highest add-to-cart rate on e-commerce sites at 8.58%.

Mobile traffic has overtaken desktop, 48.2% of all online traffic comes from mobile and tablet devices.

In 2019, American adults are expected to spend on average 3 hours and 35 minutes on mobile devices.

In 2019, mobile e-commerce is expected to generate $2.32 trillion in sales.

98 percent of Internet users in China are mobile.

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