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Posted by Brent Luce on Nov 2, 2016 4:31:34 PM

Mobile Internet Usage

For the first time ever, mobile internet usage has surpassed desktop internet usage.  In my house, I think this happened about four years ago.  The most interesting part of this chart to me is how fast things have changed.  Just five years ago, almost all internet usage came from desktops.  This rapid change means (among many other things) that every business should have a mobile-friendly website.  In the U.S. at least, I bet that most work-related internet use still comes from desktops/laptops and that most personal use comes from mobile.  MORE:  Mobile vs. Desktop in the World of Millennials  

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Topics: Cleveland, Inflation, TV viewership, mobile Internet Usage

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