Users spend 39 Years per day on Facebook.com!

Compete shows that Facebook gets 104 billion page views a month2.29 billion visits from 125 million unique users. Those users spend a total of 10,230,335 hours per month (September 2009) surfing the site.

Users spent 10+ million hours on Facebook in Sept 2009

Users spent 10+ million hours on Facebook in Sept 2009

Doing the math: 10,230,335 hours per month divided by 30 gives the total number of hours spent per day on Facebook = 341,011.2 hours = 39 years/day!

Doing the math...

Doing the math...

Does this mean that, roughly, Facebook users all together spend 39 years per day on Facebook.com? What a waste!

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