The Data Digest: Where US Consumers Buy Or Borrow Their Books

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Just after X-mas there were a lot of tweets about the news that Amazon.com had sold more ebooks at Christmas day than real books, as a result of the Kindle being the most gifted item in Amazon's history.

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The Data Digest: Social Technographics in Canada

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Canadians with online access are active users of social technologies like blogs, forums, social networks, and user-generated content: According to our North American Technographics® Q3 2009 survey, 79% of online Canadians engage with social media at least once each month.

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The Data Digest: Insight Into Digital Music Consumption (US and EU)

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The Data Digest: Consumers' Expectations Of Customer Service

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The Data Digest: US Consumers' Shopping Attitudes By Generation

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The Data Digest: A Deep Dive Into Asian Consumers' Online Behavior

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The Data Digest: US Triple Play Subscribers' Profile

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Seventy-seven percent of online consumers have Internet, TV, and phone services. Data from our North American Technographics Mobile And Telecom Online Survey, Q3 2009 shows that of this group, about a third receive all three services within a bundle. Consumers who have a triple-play contract have a higher household income and are more likely to have children.

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The Data Digest: Trending Online Payment Preferences In Europe

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Payment preferences still vary widely across European countries. Data from our European Technographics Retail, Customer Experience, And Travel Online Survey, Q3 2009 shows that payment patterns are partly determined by whether domestic debit cards can be used to shop online. In markets where debit cards work online, they are the most popular online payment method. In markets where debit cards don’t work online, online shoppers seek alternatives. Online payment services like PayPal are on the rise in Europe: 36% of online buyers regularly used PayPal in 2009 compared with 26% in 2006, while cash on delivery is used less.

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The Data Digest: Social Media - Boys vs Girls

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Social networking, watching user-created video, and listening to user-created audio online are at the top of social media activities that youth engage in at least monthly. Data from our Technographics online US Youth survey shows that boys and girls use social media in different ways.

Girls favor communication activities, such as posting comments on other people’s profiles, commenting on blogs, and contributing to online discussion groups and they are also more active at maintaining their own blogs and Web pages.

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The Data Digest: Affluent Consumers' Financial Contact Needs

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Affluent consumers have different expectations from their financial institution. Data from our Technographics online Affluent survey shows that while online affluent consumers prefer the Web over phone and in-person for getting balances and checking holdings, 58% prefer in-person meetings with their advisor for long-term financial goal planning.i

Affluent online consumers like to use the Web to update themselves on their investments, but they don't have a need for mobile tracking yet: A mere 6% of affluent consumers with a mobile phone are using mobile investing. The main reason: lack of urgency.

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