Hispanic consumers were more likely than the average shopper to use a smartphone, as well as text, stream music and video, and use mobile apps.
In addition to being the No. 4 US website overall, Google’s YouTube was unquestionably the top destination for online video, averaging over 132 million monthly unique viewers and a staggering 15 billion video streams per month.
This infographic from Morrison Foerster’s Socially Aware blog looks at the time Americans spend online.
TVGuide.com found that 42% of US TV viewers watched more streamed content in 2012 than they did in 2011.
US subscribers and nonsubscribers to cable TV were almost equally likely to use online video subscription services, at 49% and 48%, respectively.
This infographic by Reputation Observer looks at the history of cloning an online business idea.
This infographic by Direct SAT TV illustrates the rise of mobile video.
Types Of Online Video Consumption [CHART]Rate this post via emarketer.com The immediacy and ease of streaming services continue to draw users in search of online video. According to the survey, 58% of respondents said they watched online videos on web-based streaming services that hosted user-generated content, such as YouTube. And more than one-third of respondents […]