Aug 11, 2011

Why Microsoft, Google and Facebook Want Your Email
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Online Curators

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

Tally up the total number of searches on Google, Yahoo and Bing and you have about 3.5 billion searches per day. Facebook more than 750 million active users.

It’s estimated that Twitter has about 300 million accounts. As impressive as those numbers are, though, they’re a drop in a bucket compared to email – which is estimated at 294 billion per day.

Filter out the spam (about 89% of email) and you still have 50 times the volume of email.That, says Jeff Hardy, is why Google and Microsoft really want your email.

Not because of the numbers, per se, but because of what the numbers represent.
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