Internet Use

Argentina Internet Use By Location [CHART]

via emarketer.com eMarketer expects internet user penetration in Argentina to pass the 50% mark during 2012, for a total of 22.9 million users. Broadband household penetration is close behind, forecast to reach 49.6%, or 5.7 million homes, in 2013. This translates to more users in Argentina accessing the internet at home than ever before. As…

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53% Of Seniors Are Online [CHART]

via marketingcharts.com The proportion of American adults aged over 65 who use the internet or email has passed the 50% threshold for the first time, reaching 53% in April 2012, per survey results [pdf] released in June by the Pew Internet & American Life Project. This represents a significant uptick in growth: in August 2011…

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Daily Media Consumption By Internet Users, 2008-2011 [CHART]

via emarketer.com A May 2012 report authored by the IAB and Ipsos MediaCT, which drew on data from three surveys of US consumers, found that internet-enabled devices were not displacing other media-related activities, but adding to them. According to the Ipsos MediaCT LMX survey, the average amount of time that respondents spent engaging with media…

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Frequency Of Internet Use By Mexicans [CHART]

via emarketer.com Though internet penetration in Mexico is relatively low, 40%, internet users are highly engaged with the web. According to the November 2011 Interactive Advertising Bureau México (IAB México) report “Digital Media Consumption Study of Mexican Internet Users 2011” conducted by Millward Brown, 33% of internet users spent at least five hours a day…

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Western European Internet Use, 2011-2016 [CHART]

via emarketer.com Western Europe will boast more than 267 million internet users in 2012. By 2016, nearly 290 million will be online—69% of the region’s residents. Germany, with the largest population overall, also has the greatest number of web users: some 57 million in 2012, and 10 million more than the UK. In France, over…

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United Kingdom Internet Usage, 2011-2016 [CHART]

via emarketer.com According to eMarketer estimates, 74.2 percent of the UK’s population—nearly 47 million people—will go online at least once per month this year, primarily from home, but they will be using an expanded range of devices while there, most notably smartphones and tablets. Read the rest at eMarketer. Rate this post

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Reasons For Foregoing Home Broadband [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org In the spring of 2009, we asked adults who had dial-up internet what it would take for them to switch to a broadband connection at home. A plurality (35%) said the price would have to fall, and 17% said it would have to become available where they live. One in five (20%) said…

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Put A Box Over It: 31% Of Offliners Just Not Interested [TABLE]

via pewinternet.org More recent research by the Pew Internet Project has shown that among current non-internet users, almost half (48%) say the main reason they don’t go online now is because they don’t think the internet is relevant to them—often saying they don’t want to use the internet and don’t need to use it to…

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