Facebook ARPU by Region – Fiscal Q2 2010 – Q2 2019

The above graph represents Facebook ARPU (average revenue per user), by region. In Q2 2019, Facebook has made an average $7.05 in revenue from each user, globally. Interestingly, nearly 98.4% of that ($6.94 ARPU) came from its advertising business.

Facebook ARPU in Q2 2019 has increased significantly across all the region when compared to the previous quarter (Q1 2019), and the year-ago period (Q2 2018).

  • Region: Worldwide
  • Source: Facebook Quarterly Reports, SEC Filings
  • Last Updated: 29 July 2019
  • Note: Facebook financial year – Jan 1 to 31 December
  • Graph ID: 116

Facebook ARPU worldwide in Q2 2019 increased a notable 18% YoY. While Facebook ARPU from the US & Canada region in Q2 2019 increased a whopping 28% YoY to $33.27. However, it’s also a 10.5% QoQ increase when Facebook made an average revenue of $30.12 from its homegrown users.


Facebook ARPU from Europe in Q2 2019 was $10.70. That’s approximately 22% increase from Q2 2018 when the social media giant made $8.76 from each user located in Europe.

Surprisingly, in the fiscal second quarter of 2019, Facebook ARPU from Asia-Pacific touched $3.04 for the first time. That’s a significant increase from the year-ago period when the company was generating on an average of $2.62 from each user. However, this is still very low as APAC is the largest market for Facebook in terms of a number of users.

It’s important to note that Facebook generated its highest ARPU from worldwide, US & Canada and Europe in Q4 2018.

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