Pornography Market at Least $97 Billion
Every Second 28,258 Internet Users View Pornography
Worldwide revenues for the pornography industry in 2006 were at least $97 billion,
with revenues in the United States fourth highest among all countries at $13.3
billion, according to a TopTenReviews' report.
Pornography revenues in China were the highest for 2006 at $27.4 billion with
South Korea at $25.7 billion and Japan at $20 billion.
Every second $3,075.64 is spent on pornography, 28,258 Internet users view pornography
and 372 Internet users type adult search terms into search engines.
Previous numbers put the worldwide revenues for pornography at $57 billion for
the year 2003. The worldwide revenues of the pornography industry today equal
more than the revenues of the top technology companies combined – Microsoft,
Google, Amazon, eBay, Yahoo!, Apple, Netflix and EarthLink.
TopTenREVIEWS’ entire report on the worldwide pornography industry can
be found at: www.toptenreviews.com/pornography.
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As part of the Internet filter review, TopTenREVIEWS has included educational
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“These statistics are the most accurate and complete report of the worldwide
pornography industry to date,” said Jerry Ropelato, CEO of TopTenREVIEWS.
“The revenue numbers worldwide are actually higher, but finding documentation
for countries outside the top 20 is almost impossible.”
For its report of the worldwide pornography industry, TopTenREVIEWS researched
more than 10,000 sources, including Web sites and statistics, and reports from
international media, from the pornography industry and from anti-pornography
Internet Search Statistics
The TopTenREVIEWS report details 20 search keywords related to the pornography
industry. Between 2005 and 2006, searches for the terms “adult dating,”
“sex ads” and “adult sex” increased the most, growing
by 622 percent, 382 percent and 301 percent respectively. The No. 1 searched
term, “sex,” was searched more than 75 million times in 2006, an
increase of 7 percent compared to 2005.
Searches for the terms “porn,” “free porn,” “cyber
sex,” “playboy” and “nude” decreased in 2006 slightly,
but none of the terms decreased more than 26 percent compared to 2005.
A preponderance of men searched for the terms “porn,” “free
porn,” “playboy” and “teen porn” in 2006 with
the percentage of men searching for these terms being 96 percent, 97 percent,
86 percent and 82 percent, respectively.
Women more frequently searched for the terms “adult dating” and
“adult sex” with searches for these terms both at 64 percent.
The United States is the top video pornography producing
country, followed by Brazil, The Netherlands, Spain and Japan. Within the United
States, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago and San Francisco are the
most notable cities within the pornography industry.
The United States has produced the largest number
of pornographic Web pages on the Internet with more than 244 million Web pages
with pornographic material. Germany is second with 10 million pornographic Web
pages, followed by the United Kingdom with 8.5 million and Australia with 5.6
Most Internet viewers of pornography tend to be those with higher incomes. In
fact, the highest percentage – 35 percent – of viewers of pornography
on the Web are those who earn $75,000 per year or more. The next highest segment
– at almost 26 percent – is those who earn $50,000 to $75,000 per
year in income. The lowest group of Internet viewers of pornography –
6 percent – is those earning incomes of less than $15,000.
More information about TopTenREVIEWS report on the pornography industry can
be found at www.toptenreviews.com/pornography.
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