Recientemente Success Exporter has updated to the 2011 year global statistics related to the penetration and use of Internet worldwide. Perhaps one of the best sources for consulting this type of information, not only at the continent level, but also in the country and language.
I take this post to show some data, and to step trends in traffic behavior in Egeomate, less than a month after being released.
The following picture reflects the distribution of the 2 billion people with Internet access, a surprising 30% of the nearly 7 billion globally.
|Latin America and the Caribbean||597,283,165||215,939,400||10.30%|
It is interesting to see how Latin America and the Caribbean are barely an 10%, however the Spanish language is the third most used worldwide, subtracting the Portuguese from Brazil and adding Spain the percentage is below 10.
Seeing what happens with Egeomate, it is interesting the difference of the non-Hispanic traffic with respect to which I have been accustomed to see in geofumadas. See how the English-speaking reader comes from all over the world, including from countries such as Spain, Peru, Mexico, Argentina and Chile; unlike the Hispanic reader who is concentrated in the official language countries and some cities in the United States.
So writing in English really is writing for a global market; I still can not penetrate the AutoCAD niche so much, but it is interesting to see how Microstation, Manifold and Mobile Mapper move; topics of which there is little content on the Internet. The following table reflects the difference of the same map but at the country level;
(1-2) It excels the United States whose behavior is similar to Spain in geofumadas, with many visits from different cities. Although there is not a Madrid or Barcelona there that eat much of the traffic. In second place is Canada, which, unlike the United States, cities with significant traffic are very few.
(3-4) In third place is the United Kingdom and then India, understandable since it was an English colony. But also because in recent years has had a tremiendo technological boom and then it is the second most populous country in the world, is an equivalent to Mexico geofumadas.
(5) Then there is Brazil, which, unlike what we might expect from similarity with Spanish and geographical proximity, the way to reach them is by English.
(6-10) The following countries, in the order: Spain, Australia, Germany, the Philippines and Vietnam. Curious group, all appear in the 20 group of countries with the most Internet users, with the exception of Australia, which is a special case because it is the 80% of users from all over Oceania.
(11-15) These are 5 countries that I mention because as the trend stabilizes they could take places from the previous group: Mexico, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
This is the case of the Hispanic countries, of which he had already spoken before. The red dots are the 10 with more traffic, the others in yellow are the following 5. See how Mexico, the United States and Spain are the only countries that have a coincidence between egeomate and geofumadas.
The statistics are cold. But learning is valuable and more than exciting. It is curious to see in Woopra As a user of one of those orange dots in India, right from Hyderabad enters egeomate and wonders:
वेश्या ... three days looking for how to do Contours with Civil 3D...
For a moment I got the impression that this friend is sitting on a sidewalk, with a turban and a flute to enchant a cobra ... But in reality, he is a user like all of us, in an office using AutoCAD, wanting to go to Mac and vacuuming this year learn MapGuide.
If you want to see more Internet statistics, I recommend Success Exporter.