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  • http://www.blake.co.za/blog Sarah

    It is amazing how we depend on technology today and can not go anywhere without it. To a point it is sad because we don’t enjoy a holiday like we are supposed to. Very interesting post, Thank you. 

  • Paul

    Cheers for referencing our infographic Jeff! Much appreciated! 

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      You are welcome, it was a great infographic!

  • http://www.prophecyimageconsulting.com/ Tony Carbon

    With mobile web usage on the rise, will we be leaving our laptops at home and only using smartphones?

  • Peter

    Another great piece Jeff… Any info out there on repeat engagement with mobile apps?

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  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    Within the next few years it will be very unlikely to see a phone that isn’t “smart”.  Smart phones will continue to become more advanced and will be used more frequently for complex tasks.  People are using the web across numerous devices and while on the go an marketers need to keep up. 

  • http://www.meltingposts.com Aliosha Kasin

    I find it fascinating how much people depend on technology these days. With smart-phones, cloud services and internet on the go it’s hard to imagine a day without it.  Very interesting post Jeff. 

  • http://www.meltingposts.com Aliosha Kasin

    I find it fascinating how much people depend on technology these days. With smart-phones, cloud services and internet on the go it’s hard to imagine a day without it.  Very interesting post Jeff. 

  • http://www.meltingposts.com Aliosha Kasin

    I find it fascinating how much people depend on technology these days. With smart-phones, cloud services and internet on the go it’s hard to imagine a day without it.  Very interesting post Jeff. 

  • Diego dos Santos

    I’d go with just an 11″ Macbook Air and iPhone. I have an iPad, but it just has not seen much use…

  • Ishahrohit

    Excellent, do you mind if I refer this page on my blog…redirecting to your site for detail reading?

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks for the comment. Yes, happy for you to refer to it on your blog :)

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  • Anonymous

    Seriously, the way social media has taken the world of internet marketing by storm is really worthy to be discussed and noticed the way you have in your post.

    87% of the people are using mobile phones, meaning that there is a much more usage of devices to browse the internet than it is to look for food….

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    It’s really be a true fact.every people can communicate to one another from the social media.people uses a smart phones,touch pad and tablets for the surfing internet.social media be a best marketing option on internet.many users do marketing through facebook social network.social network is today’s biggest network.

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  • http://twitter.com/gilbertoegil Gilberto Gil

    5.9 billion seems pretty high. I mean, over 1.2 billion of the world’s population is age 9 or under. Nevertheless, it’s an impressive trend. Would love to learn more about the numbers.

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