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by Josh Bernoff Since we published our 2009 Social Technographics Profile update , Canadians have been hounding me.
Nearly $16 billion has been spent during the first 36 days of the 2009 holiday shopping season, marking a 3% increase vs. the corresponding days last year, according to new data from comScore, Inc., which also found that 28% of US shoppers say social media has influenced their purchases this year.
A majority of U.S. women use social networking sites, and half of them say social networking sites influence their shopping habits.
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by Josh Bernoff As the decade I call the twenty-oh's ends, think on what a transformational change we have just all witnessed. Our obsession with the latest product from Google or Apple often clouds our recognition of the long-term effects.
The NanaBlogs , a new online community for grandmothers who want to participate in social networking with other grandmothers as well as blog, is a testament to the growing numbers of seniors, or "matures" on the web.
People who spend the most time online are in fact the most educated claims a recent report from Eurostat .