This article discusses the statistics on Facebook: Revenue by Region, which is defined as the Geographic Location of Users 2020. In spite of the string of scandals that have been plaguing the social media behemoth, Facebook has reported a total of 2.8 billion users last year. With 6 new profiles being added every second, ‘Facebook’s stock seems indestructible’ as evidenced by a more than $ 200 billion increase in its market value during 2019.
Importance of tracking revenue by the geographical location of users
Tracking revenue by the geographical location of users will help in identifying the extent of the global penetration of Facebook.
Facebook’s Revenue by Region – the geographical location of users as a metric
A relatively higher revenue by the geographical location of users would be a positive performance indicator for a sales territory.
Analysis of the performance of Facebook based on revenue by the geographical location of users
The Asia Pacific region generated the US $ 3.27 billion in the third quarter of FY 2019, accounting for a US $ 3.23 billion jumps from the third quarter of FY 2010. This also happens to be the highest quarterly revenue generated by Facebook users from this region.
Closer home in the United States and Canada location, US $ 8.49 billion in revenue was earned during Q3 FY 2019. This figure was a 4.58% increase from the previous quarter and a 29.63% increase from the same quarter of the previous year.
Europe provided more or less the same amount of revenue in Q4 FY 2018 and in Q2, Q3 FY 2019. In the last quarter of FY 2018, there was a 25.29% QoQ jump, followed by a 12.07% decrease in Q1 FY 2019.
Facebook users from the rest of the world contributed under the US $ 2 million in quarterly revenue to date. Post an 8.53% decline in Q1 FY 2019, there was an uptrend of 14.82% and of 7.52% in Q2 and Q3 FY 2019, respectively.
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