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Millennial Time Spent on Mobile Internet Gradually Increasing

Smartphones have surpassed PC/laptop ownership for Internet access among Millennials. Eighty-seven percent of the Millennial generation around the world, aged 18 to 32, use a smartphone to access the Internet, the majority who report using smartphones to access the Internet three hours per day, up from 2.72 hours in 2014. 338 more words

Millennials Populate an Astounding Percentage of Internet Traffic

The Millennial generation, aged 18 to 32, represent the lion’s share of Internet use, from about one-third to about two-thirds, depending on country, according to the GlobalWebIndex report, published in early 2016. 335 more words

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How To Enhance Site Quality traffic And Sales

The net is where you choose viral video clips, to pay your costs, to read your news and to acquire your vacation presents, so why would not it be the location you went to start your company? 542 more words

Millenials Claim Staying Touch with Friends is the Main Reason for Using Internet

Some social media networks grew by triple digits from 2013 to 2014, especially among certain age groups, while the most established networks are lost shares of active usage to the upstarts. 264 more words

Mobile devices dominate internet traffic. IBM Watson's customer engagement aims. (RBDR 11.03.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) What Zenith media agency’s discovery about escalating dominance by mobile devices of Internet traffic means for the research field.

2) IBM’s Watson Virtual Agent launches as a tool for brands to boost their customer knowledge and then improve customer engagement. 83 more words

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Mobile to represent 75% of internet traffic next year 

According to a new forecast from Zenith, next year, three-quarters of global internet traffic will come from mobile devices. While we were all likely aware of the internet increasingly becoming mobile-first, 75% is a huge proportion when you consider the number of desktops and laptops still out there. 181 more words

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