Travel not only had the highest percentage of internet traffic coming from tablets at 11.2%, but it was also the only industry studied that actually saw more tablet traffic than smart phone traffic.
Tablet users spent much more time on hotel websites, viewing an average of 4.9 pages per visit in Q4 2012, approximately the same as PC users.
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The 18-to-34-year-old segment still makes up a large portion of digital automotive media consumption.
The percentage of in-market shoppers who visited an automotive website from their smart phone increased from 17% in 2010 to 31% in 2012.
The store still won out as the most common place to make a purchase among affluent consumers, cited by 78% of respondents.
28% of grocery shoppers indicated they regularly print a coupon from a website before, during or after their grocery shopping trips, up from 24% in the Fall of 2012.
E-commerce sites exceeded the threshold of excellence in customer satisfaction last year, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index.
78% of smart phone owners and 75% of tablet owners consider the “look and feel” of a company’s mobile website when considering whether or not to make a purchase from it.
Americans spend about an hour each day on their smart phones (58 minutes to be exact).