Although like these. The social-media platform’s website has surpassed Google.com as the most popular web domain in the world, according to cloud-services company Cloudflare.
The five-year-old app, along with the rest of Google’s digital holdings, has surpassed internet Goliath Google Search (like Maps, Shopping, News, Images, Translate, etc.).
TikTok came in seventh place on Cloud flare’s web-traffic list last year, after Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Netflix, and Amazon.
It’s the only non-American site in Cloud flare’s top ten, and it’s owned by Chinese internet company Byte Dance:
This score, according to Cloudflare, is based on aggregated statistics on internet traffic patterns.
This information comprises information on the popularity of a domain, the percentage change in online traffic, and the change in rank over the specified time period (in this case, one month).
It does not always correlate with data on a website’s overall number of visitors or unique users over the course of a month. In terms of total users, Facebook still reigns supreme.
TikTok, on the other hand, is an unquestionable power in practically every way:
According to one estimate, 167 million TikTok videos are streamed every minute of every day. The sheer volume of their activity eclipses that of other websites:
Google executes 5.7 million searches each minute, accounting for almost 90% of all online searches. Every 60 seconds,
YouTube and Netflix users watch a combined 1 million hours of entertainment. TikTok, on the other hand, claims to have one billion active users, over half of them are between the ages of 16 and 24.
These figures don’t reflect TikTok’s true reach, as it’s simple to embed TikTok videos on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, potentially pushing up those platforms’ site traffic rather than TikTok’s.