SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 3 — Facebook’s third quarter earnings released yesterday revealed it has over two billion users worldwide every month, a symbolic threshold passed in the spring, and it has increased its subscriber numbers across the globe.
Every month, 2.072 billion people use Facebook, up 16 per cent from a year earlier. The social network now has 239 million monthly active users in the US and Canada (+4.3 per cent), 364 million in Europe (+6.4 per cent), 794 million in Asia and the Pacific (+26.2 per cent) and 675 million in the rest of the world (+15 per cent).
Facebook also has a total of 1.368 billion daily active users, another increase of 16 per cent year-on-year. That breaks down to 185 million in the US and Canada (+4 per cent), 274 million in Europe (+7 per cent), 476 million in Asia and the Pacific (+29.3 per cent) and 433 million in the rest of the world (+14.8 per cent).
On the business front, 88 per cent of the company’s advertising revenue comes from mobile (up by 4 percentage points in one year). — AFP-Relaxnews