Facebook Will Cross 100 Billion Photos This Summer

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Time and again Facebook is achieving many milestones in social media or Internet arena. This time, it’s turn for visual clicks which are available on Facebook. An Online Facebook Photo tracking tool called Pixable, which lets you wade through your friend list and get straight to the photos everyone is talking about, makes a great case for its product by pointing out that the social network will have 100 billion photos by this summer, based on current growth patterns.

Pixable analyzed patterns among its 100,000 users to create the following infographic reproduced below. Among other highlights, it says that women upload twice as many images as men, get tagged in pictures twice as often and those pictures get double the looks.

Let us know what you think about these and other findings presented in the infographic after you’ve scrolled through it all — yeah, it’s large, just like Facebook’s photo archies.

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  1. Thank you very much for publishing our research and infograph. More to come soon so stay in touch with Pixable!
    Happy to take your thoughts and questions on social photos.
    Please contact:
    ~Natalie Marsan, Community Manager at Pixable
    natalie[at]pixable[dot]com

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