Tag: Internet usage
2013 marked the first year that there are more mobile internet devices than humans. How do you consume the internet? See in this infographic from InternationalBusinessGuide.org what are the regions that consume the most internet, where is the fastest and what is the behavior of today’s internet users.
While older generations seemed to slowly warm to the internet, every year, more and more seniors are using it as a way to connect with friends, do shopping, get education, and even book travel. Accredited Online College has created an infographic detailing how older generations are using the internet almost as much as younger generations.
You’re looking in the wrong place – the most engaged populations aren’t where you think they are. Internet and mobile adoption in emerging markets is growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world and their social network users are more engaged. Global businesses should look to divert some of their online ad spend into these emerging markets now to capitalise on this growth. Online ad spend is lowest in these countries and therefore investment here will see greater a ROI.
Parenting has been a frightening proposition since the beginning of time, but parents today are faced with challenges no generation has ever faced: raising children who have spent their entire lives immersed in the Internet and social media. Here Best Counseling Degrees takes a look at the threats and the safeguards that make a virtually impossible task manageable. The big bad Internet can be tamed, and your kids can be kept safe.
In today’s world, it is often that Seniors and Boomers are often overlooked online. This infographic from Fathom uncovers their online activity, breaks down their internet usage frequency and offers senior-friendly website design tips.
The way people consume content on the internet is always changing. Some of the biggest changes over time have been when it comes to music and video. Check out the infographic below presented by Torchbrowser to see how content consumption has evolved over the years.
Most media outlets want you to believe that all that time you spend streaming “Parks and Rec,” playing WoW, or tweeting about your favorite coffee shop is part of the reason you can’t see your feet, but is that really the case? usbundles.com ponders this question in the following infographic entitled “Does The Internet Make You Fat?”