The BBC is reporting today that the internet contributes to 8.3% of the UK economy, a bigger share than any of the other G20 major countries.
The “internet economy” was worth £121bn in 2010, more than £2,000 per person, researchers at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) said.
Google has published some astonishing statistics on the phenomenal growth in smartphone ownership and usage.
There are a number of stand out statistics, particularly with regard to UK users.
Are you bored of Facebook?
Have you run out of tweets for Twitter?
Have you uploaded every single video of your kids to You Tube?
Does Google Plus not make any sense to you at all?
Are you looking for the the next big social network?
Well here it is, and it’s called Pinterest!
A report on internetretailing.net commissioned by Kelkoo and carried out by the Centre for Retail Research contains some astonishing figures!
The report reveals that, for the third year running, consumers in the UK are predicted to be the biggest mobile shoppers in Europe in 2012 and are expected to spend £4.5billion using mobile devices. This has increased from just £0.7billion in 2010, accelerated growth of 584% in just two years.