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Mobile Internet access has jumped 34 percent

Posted on | October 13, 2009 | Comments Off on Mobile Internet access has jumped 34 percent

I was wandering through Mobile Crunch the other day and read this article claiming that most new mobile internet users are women, teens and seniors.

Embattled ratings company Nielsen has published some Internet findings that may interest you. (If not, go make a sandwich or something.) The big finding is that mobile access to the Internet has jumped 34 percent compared to last year, and it looks like women, teens and, yes, seniors make up the bulk of that increase. The mobile Internet: not just a place for 20-something men anymore. Darn.

I have also heard that the majority of new computer/internet users will be ‘mobile’ on a worldwide basis. The correct formatting of information is going to become even more important as these small screen internet users increase in numbers.


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