It seems that people just can’t get enough of Facebook and is logging into the site at the rate of 175 million per day.

In an interview with TechCrunch, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg said that the site is now seeing 175 million users log in per day, and this is only counting people that visit the main site, not those also using the Facebook Connect log in service.  With 350 million registered accounts, the site is expected to have nearly half of all Internet users in the world logging into its site at least one a month some time this summer.

While the interview is full of interesting tidbits about the financial status of Facebook, it’s the numbers that matter, and its current growth rate is just astronomical as it has doubled in size from a year ago.  Unless there is some radical shift in the social media scene, it seems that no one will be able to catch up to Facebook at this point, and if it does choose to begin entering into other markets such as has been rumored, those sites that stand in its way could be in for a serious fight.  Twitter has withstood the status update attack, but could Foursquare stand up to a location check-in attack?

Only time will tell for sure, but it appears Facebook is going to be with us for quite some time to come.

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  1. Truman Mickelsen
    September 18th, 2016 at 12:30 am #

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