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Did you know that, by 2015, mobile Internet usage will surpass desktop usage?
That means that there’s more power than ever before in the mini computers we all carry around in our pockets (or purses).
After surveying 500 consumers, Yesmail Interactive created the below infographic that displays just how drastically mobile has affected consumer shopping patterns and interaction with brands through social media.
Quick: what’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
Yawn? Hit the snooze button? Go to the bathroom? Brush your teeth?
If you’re like 80% of 18-44-year-olds, the answer is “check my smartphone.”
A new IDC Research report, conducted online with data from 7,446 Android and iPhone users ages 18 to 44 during a week in March, reveals some eye-opening mobile social media intel.