Here’s the next post with a copy of a section of the report I did a few years ago to help explain the possibilities of the internet, click here to see the first post and link to all the various parts. Also, Contact Me if you’d like the full PDF-copy of the Free Starter called “How To Harness The Internet’s Power”

3.2 - People Are Integrating The Internet Into Their Daily Lives

3.2.1 - Winding the clock back again, using the internet 10 years ago was a big thing involving say one PC at home or at work with slow connection and other users to work around. Nowadays it’s not only faster and more easily accessible at work or home or in shops or even on the move through a mobile phone, but it is more naturally fitting into people's busy lives.

3.2.2 - Wherever they are and at whatever time, whether on their own or with friends, they not only have easy internet access but they almost can not function without it – you try and tell a young person to live without it for even 24 hours and their world will unfortunately fall apart.

3.2.3 – Morgan Stanley published “The Mobile Internet Report Setup” in December 2009 which identifies how the people use the internet through mobile phones and how it is becoming more interactive, popular, and with wider uses than just voice calls. The average US mobile phone user spends 40 minutes per day using them, with voice calls being 70% of this time - however iPhone users average 60 minutes per day with 45% only being voice calls, the majority being text messages (14%), emails (12%), music (10%), games (8%), internet (9%), and other (2%). With the latest mobiles, people now spend less time talking on them compared to other internet-related uses.

3.2.4 – Mary Walker an Internet Analyst at Morgan Stanley issued “State Of The Internet” report dated 12 April 2010 stating that mobile data traffic is predicted to increase by almost 4,000% by 2014 (yes, that’s 4000%). She confirms that one major implication of this is yet further increase in eCommerce i.e. business over the internet with features such a location-based services, time-based offers, mobile coupons, push notifications. Social networking generally exceeded email in terms of time spent using back in 2007 at approx 100 billion minutes per month globally – in 2010 it was twice that.