Digital Week in Review: Sheryl Sandburg one of Forbes Most Powerful Women, Most Liked Instagram Picture, and Internet Infographic

Leigh Evenson May 30, 2014 Category Agency News

In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Sheryl Sandburg ranked 9th on Forbes Most Powerful Women list, the most liked pictures on Instagram, and an infographic on what happens on the internet each day.

Sheryl Sandburg on Forbes Most Powerful Women List

Sheryl Sandburg, Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer, was ranked 9th out of 100 on Forbes’s  “World’s most Powerful Women” . Right above her at number 8 was Michelle Obama, and topping the list was Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel. Forbes praised Sandburg for her oversight of sales, marketing, business development, HR, and communication at Facebook, her bestselling book Lean In, and becoming part of the Giving Pledge where billionaires donate half of what they make to charity.

Lean In is also set to be made into a movie. Sony Pictures, the studio behind The Social Network, has bought the rights to her book. Nell Scovell who worked on the book with Sandburg, who also happens to be a seasoned director and television writer, will be writing the script. The movie plans to be more of a narrative film based on themes in the book, and rather than based on Sandburg’s life.

Image of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Wedding Most Liked Picture on Instagram Ever

Over 1.92 million people liked the image of newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kanye West kissing at their wedding, which set the record for most liked picture on Instagram. Previously, the photo which has held the most likes on Instagram before the “Kimye” nuptials was a picture of Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber getting 1.82 million likes.

Bieber also held 2013’s most liked photo with 1.5 million likes which featured him and Will Smith with the caption “Me and uncle Will”.

The 10 most geo-tagged Instagram-ed pics from last year were also ranked

1. Times Square, New York City
2. Disneyland California, Anaheim
3. Bellagio Fountains, Las Vegas
4. Disney World Florida, Orlando
5. Staples Center, Los Angeles
6. Central Park, New York City
7. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles
8. The Highline, New York City
9. Empire State Building, New York City
10. Caesars Casino, Las Vegas

Average Day on the Internet Infographic

Google has indexed more than 200 terabytes of the world’s data which still only represents a portion of the total internet. Uberflip has released an infographic which shows what happens on the internet every day.

Some interesting stats show that each day:

  • There are 500 million Tweets sent
  • 757 million people log into Facebook
  • 144 billion emails are sent
  • Tens of millions of apps are downloaded
  • Almost 3 million blog posts published
  • $717 million is spent online by Americans alone
To see the rest of the infographic click here.

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