The above graph represents the worldwide Facebook revenue by quarter, starting from fiscal from Q1 2010 to the most recent quarter. In the latest fiscal Q2 2019, Facebook recorded a strong 28% YoY increase in its quarterly revenue, amounting to $16,886 million ($16.9 billion). Compared to the previous quarter, it’s nearly 12% increase when the company reported $15,077 million ($15.1 billion) in revenue.
- Region: Worldwide
- Source: Facebook Quarterly Reports, SEC Filings
- Last Updated: 29 July 2019
- Note: Facebook financial year – Jan 1 to 31 December
- Graph ID: 143
Facebook Revenue by Quarterly: History
Facebook revenue in Q4 2018 was $16.91 billion – the highest quarterly revenue in the history of Facebook. That’s probably because of the company’s increasing data breach scandals. It is important to note that a majority of Facebook’s revenue came from its advertising business, followed by its Payments & Other Fees.
In full-year FY 2018, Facebook’s total revenue rose to $55.84 billion, with a whopping 37.35% YoY increase.
It was the first time in Q3 2017 when Facebook quarterly revenue crossed $10 billion mark, globally. The company recorded a strong 47% YoY growth in its revenue, amounting to $10, 328 million ($10.3 billion). This was due to the increase in advertising revenue.
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