Nearly 100 million U.S. citizens are now smartphone owners, according to comScore, Inc., which is just over 42 percent of all mobile phone users. As smartphones reduce in price, there are bound to be more converts, which will further increase the number of people demanding online services.
But smartphones aren’t for the young and affluent – the percentage of retirees and low-earning citizens increased by 92 and 98 percent, respectively in 2011. Also in 2011, six-person households saw a smartphone adoption increase of 99 percent over the year prior.
Consumers dropped $43 billion during the second quarter of 2012 on e-commerce goods and services. Clearly, with more people on the Internet, and good many of them tied to their smartphones, digital marketing is taking on newfound importance. Cloud computing technology is churning out more social interaction. Marketers have to develop more versatile campaigns that can dip into the various digital channels available to consumers today.
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