The above graph represents the growth in Facebook quarterly revenue by region from Q2 2016 to the most recent quarter.
In the latest fiscal Q1 2019, Facebook reported a whopping $15.1 billion in revenue, worldwide. Interestingly, it is nearly 26% YoY increase when the company posted revenue of $11.97 billion in fiscal Q1 2018.
The US & Canada region still contributes the most despite the number of MAUs and DAUs are getting stagnated. During the first quarter of 2019, nearly 48.5% of Facebook’s total revenue i.e $7.31 billion came from the US & Canada region. That’s a significant 29% YoY, but 13% QoQ decrease.
On the other hand, revenue from the Asia-Pacific region was just $2.68 billion, despite being the largest market for Facebook in terms of the number of users. Facebook’s revenue from APAC in Q1 2019 increased a notable 28% YoY, but compared to the last quarter, it’s declined by 2.79%.
In full-year FY 2018, Facebook’s total revenue rose to $55.84 billion, with a whopping 37.35% YoY increase.
In Q3 2018, Facebook’s total revenue rose to $13.73 billion, clocking 33% YoY increase. However, it is below than the industry expectations of $13.8 billion. In Q2 2018, Facebook witnessed a whopping 42% YoY growth in its total revenue, clocked $13.2 billion.
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