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Who Has the Most Subscribers? | TraderHQ

- Jared Cummans

In the Internet Age, a number of companies define their success in the number of users they have attracted. A loyal user is a continuing revenue stream that can be served ads or pay a premium membership for the services that the company provides. We wanted to break down some of the biggest companies that rely on their internet users for support to give investors a better idea of where some of today's biggest companies stand. and how much influence they have in the digital world:

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Company#of Subscribers/Users (In Millions)%of World's PopulationLaunched

Facebook (FB)

131018.29%2/4/2004

Gmail (GOOG)

5407.54%4/1/2004

LinkedIn (LNKD)

3004.19%5/5/2003

Yahoo (YHOO)

2733.81%3/1/1995

Twitter (TWTR)

2413.36%7/15/2006

Zynga (ZNGA)

1231.72%7/1/2007

Pandora (P)

761.06%1/1/2000

Myspace

500.70%8/1/2003

Netflix (NFLX)

36.30.51%1/1/1997

HBO

280.39%11/8/1972

Sirius AM

25.80.36%5/17/1990

Spotify

240.34%10/1/2008

Showtime

230.32%7/1/1976

Starz

220.31%2/1/1994

Amazon Prime (AMZN)

200.28%7/1/1994

Hulu

50.07%3/12/2008

Angie’s List

2.40.03%4/26/1996

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