Facebook Earns $1.3 Million Dollars From Its Users In South Sudan After Every Three Months (92 Days)

Facebook users in South Sudan June 2019
There were 225 701 Facebook users in South Sudan in June 2019, which accounted for 1.7% of its entire population.

The majority of them were men – 77.7%.
People aged 25 to 34 were the largest user group (94 000). The highest difference between men and women occurs within people aged 25 to 34, where men lead by 56 000.

Facebook makes an average of $6.18 from each of its users in Q4 (92 days).
The company recently reported on Q4 earnings.
In that report, it disclosed “average revenue per user,” commonly shortened to ARPU on Wall Street.

In June 2019 there are 225701 Facebook users in South Sudan and the company earns $6.18 from each user in Q4. That means Facebook earns $1,394,832.18 from Facebook users in South Sudan through ads.All that scrolling really ads up when it comes to Facebook’s bottom line.

The company reported Q4 earnings, where it showed “average revenue per user”— commonly shortened to ARPU on Wall Street — hit $6.18, up from just over $5 over the summer.

That’s double the company’s ARPU at the end of 2014, when it was $2.81.

But most of Facebook’s money still comes from users in the U.S. and Canada, where that number is even higher: $26.76 per user.

Facebook makes money by showing users advertisements — think of those sponsored videos from brands, or the little ad boxes on the bottom right-hand side of the screen. Other companies pay for that space on your Facebook feed, and to filter who sees each ad based on each viewer’s interests or “likes.”