Deep drilling into food yields 25's to 45's doing the cooking, $25k to $75k the HH income levels, and banners and leadeer boards carrying the ads.
New research by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates, shows that 97 million adult Americans, or 77% of Internet users, took advantage of e-gov in 2003. This represented a growth of 50% from 2002. At the same time, however, citizens said they are more likely to deal with government by telephone or in-person visits. 22% of Americans who contact government use more than one means to do it, with the telephone most likely to the first option chosen.
David Linsalata, analyst in IDC's Mobile Devices program, said "Despite increasingly powerful handheld devices reaching market, the consumer uptake of entry-level devices available from nearly every vendor calls into question the upgrade path and value posed by the high-end devices. If entry-level devices prove to be the most successful products adopted by consumers, the long-term impact could be acceleration away from hardware differentiation and a further loss of value in the handheld industry."
A recent, end-user survey performed by In-Stat/MDR found that 13.2% of US wireless subscribers are extremely or very interested in purchasing mobile video services for their wireless phones. "While still a relatively small niche of the market, this figure is significant in that it represents the "natural demand" for mobile video services, prior to any large-scale carrier deployments or market messaging," says Clint Wheelock, Director of In-Stat/MDR's Wireless Research Group. By 2009, mobile video services are expected to generate $5.4 billion in annual revenues.
In a recent study reported by eMarketer, CyberSource finds that North American e-commerce Web sites offering four or more payment methods get, on average, sales conversion rates of 72%. More options, more sales.
Digging deep for online personals sites and user data from Nielsen//NetRatings
A new report from Hitwise, covering the period from August 2003 through April 2004, looking specifically at Search Engines and Directories, shows that the top three search engines, Google, Yahoo! Search and MSN Search, account for 5.5% of all U.S. Internet visits.