WordStream’s Earth Day 2012 Infographic Reflects the Internet’s Growing Impact on the Environment
Boston, MA, April 2012 : WordStream Inc., a provider of PPC management software, today released an Earth Day 2012 Infographic in commemoration of Earth Day 2012 that illustrates the internet’s impact on the planet.
Some results of the growing influence of the internet include:
- In 2005, the United States had a total of 10.3 million data centers, and in that year consumed enough energy to power the UK for 2 months with 61,000,000,000 kWh.
- 40% of the US workforce could potentially work from home, although only 2.5% do.
- If 40% of US workers would telecommute 2 days a week, carbon emissions would be reduced by 53 million metric tons a year.
- Internet search engine produces 260,000 kg of CO2 every month in order to process searches.
- A single spam email produces the equivalent of 0.3 grams of CO2.
- With 62 trillion spam emails sent each year, spam emails produce the CO2 equivalent of 1.6 million cars driving around the entire Earth.
WordStream Inc. provides pay-per-click management software and PPC services that help marketers get better results from their PPC and SEO efforts. The company's services deliver quality traffic, clicks and conversions across all major search engines including Google, Bing and Yahoo Search.
WordStream's easy-to-use software facilitates more effective paid and organic search campaigns by providing a customized workflow, the 20-Minute PPC Work Week, to help advertisers increase relevance and Quality Scores in Google AdWords, follow proven best practices, and get expert-level results in a fraction of the time.
In addition to PPC optimization software, WordStream also regularly publishes infographics concerning subjects surrounding search marketing and the top Google keywords.
Whether you're new to search marketing or are experienced at Google PPC advertising, WordStream's keyword tools, AdWords bid management tools, and Quality Score optimization tools can help grow your business and drive better results.
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