Milestones: "Flickr hits 6 billion total photos, but Facebook does that every 2 months"
Popular photo-sharing website Flickr announced on Thursday that it had surpassed the 6 billion photos, reaching the milestone in just under seven and a half years.
According to The Next Web article, uploads to Flickr have increased about 20% year over year
What about Facebook as a place to store and share photos?
By comparison, Facebook counted 10 billion uploads by October 2008, around four years after it launched, surpassing 60 billion uploads in February 2011. [Our emphasis] A Facebook spokesperson told us today that the company is facilitating 100 million photo uploads a day, meaning that it can easily amass the same amount as Flickr’s total photo uploads in just two months.
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