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Fortify your cellular advertisements?

There are lots of reasons why cellular telephone advertising is on the rise year in, year out, and is powerful. As various cellular apparatus are used by more and more people, having an outstanding mobile existence becomes increasingly more essential. We’ve been aggregating some of the latest cellular advertising data that represent the steady increase of mobile as an avenue and value for reaching people who can increase the existence of your company or brand. This data can assist you to develop a case for increasing the mobile existence for your company:

General Cellular Use Data


85% of 70% of Facebook posts, e-mails are began and 90% tweets are ran from a mobile device! @

1 in 4 pageviews are from cellular apparatus (comScore December 2016)

79% of customers prefer a cellular friendly web site (Google, 2016)

74% of mobile phone time is spent on software (Nielsen 2016)

Mobile search queries almost double in the holiday season (Google 2015)

18.4% texting, 17.1% browser,8.5% social networking software, 8.4% dialer, 8.3% email/IM, 6.3% music/video, 1.1% camera, 55.8% other applications (Nielsen 2016)

Grownups spend more media time on mobile than papers and magazines joined (eMarketer December 2016)

On average, it takes 90 minutes to react to an e-mail, but 90 seconds to respond into a text message (CTIA)

86% of huge online advertisers wouldn’t have a mobile optimized site (Google, 2015)

Just 12% of Fortune 500 companies have a cellular optimized support site (iMomentous, 2016)

71% of customers who see a mobile unfriendly site will likely head to your competitor’s site (Karim Temsamani at IABALM 2016 via IAB)

In 2016, the U.S. found a 65% increase in smartphone subscriptions to make for 100 million smartphone subscribers, representing nearly 52% of all U.S. cellular telephone users. (comScore 2016)

68% of cellular telephone users expect cellular websites to load as fast as or faster than background sites (Google 2015)

38% of cellular users will willingly wait 30 seconds or less for a trade (Google, 2015)

In 2015, smartphone adoption grew 99% among 6-individual families, 99% among those making less than $27,000, and 96% among retirees (comScore 2016)

International Cellular Telephone Data

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Cellular and Local Search Info

30% of telecom,40% of eatery, and 35% of picture searches are cellular (Google)

80% of mobile searchers act in a hour; just 30% of PC searchers do (Mobile Marketer 2016)

Mobile Net vs. Cellular Applications

81% of users select cellular sites to programs for price research, 79% for goods reviews, 63% for purchasing (Adobe Mobile Experience Survey & eMarketer 2015 via SearchEngineLand)

Mobile Commerce and Mobile Shopping Info

At the decision of 2015, almost 1 in 5 smartphone users scanned merchandise barcodes and nearly 1 in 8 compared costs on their cells while in a store (comScore 2016)

More than half of the U.S. smartphone folks used their mobile to perform retail research while inside a shop in 2015 (comScore 2016)

26.3% percent of all online Black Friday online sales were consummated over cellular telephone in 2016 (IBM)

34% of consumers got an online shopping website using cellular telephone during Black Friday in 2016 (IBM)

Over half (62%) of mature cell phone owners used their apparatus while in a shop to get help with buying picks.

It takes over 10 sessions using an application for 44% of greatest buyers to make their first purchase. Just a third (43%) purchase in 2 to 9 uses of a program. And just 22% actually take an upsell chance initially in the door (Localytics via MediaPost January 2016)

About a third of cell phone owners used their mobile within the preceding 30 days to look up either costs or product reviews on-line while in the store. Of them, while 19% determined to buy the product online and 47% 45% decided to buy the thing in the store preferred never to purchase the merchandise in the smallest.

52% of cellular telephone users browsed products, 42% read on-line reviews, and 33% purchased merchandises on cellular telephone in the last 30 days (Nielsen Smartphone Analytics December 2015)

49% of shop walkouts, where consumers leave without purchasing, were established by smartphones (Motorola Solutions)

10 times as several coupons are redeemed through cellular telephone as through traditional channels (eMarketer 2016)

Email inspired advertisements was prompted by by 66% of cellular purchases

A purchase was made by 26% of mobile users in answer into a promotion offer

Cellular Telephone and Traveling

By 2016, than sum is projected to surpass $9 billion, representing 2.9% of all U.S. journey bookings and 6.5% of the entire on line travel marketplace.

Mobile Advertising Sales

Mobile content and availability had revenues of $39.17 billion in 2015, up 27.8% from 2010. Of that $39.17 billion, company accounted for 68% of the total and consumer for 52%.

OnLine social media was the smallest sector of cellular and social media during the year, reaching $3.83 billion in sales, but the group grew at an extremely strong 47.1% year over year. Within the online social media group, social networking was the biggest and fastest-growing section by far, rising 49.9%, to $2.8 billion in 2015.

Overall US cellular and social media sales—including consumer and business access, content, promotion and promotion—is anticipated to grow 40.8% year over year in 2016 (PQ Media January 2016 via MarketingProfs)

Top mobile advertisements goal: increase customer involvement (62% of analyzed; Forrester July 2015)

Mobile Advertising Data

Facebook supplies 1 of every 4 on line display advertising (comScore 2016)

60% of men ages 18 to 29 like mobile promotion “somewhat” or “very much” (eMarketer)

US mobile marketing spend to reach $2.8B in 2016 (eMarketer)

Text message and on-line display advertising have the lowest consumer trust (36% and 37%, respectively), while sites and TV have the best (62% and 56%, respectively). (Nielsen)

Societal and Mobile Information

46% of tweets are worth reading, 49% are poor, and 35% aren’t worth reading at all (MarketingProfs March 2016)

31% of Pinterest users bought a product after seeing an image on Pinterest (PriceGrabber 2016 via MediaPost)

Tablet Computer Use Info

Tablet Pc owners more likely to purchase from on-line advertising than smartphone owners, also more likely to request coupons from retailer (Nielsen)

59% of cellular and tablet PC users run local company searches on programs (Localeze/15miles Fifth Annual comScore Local Search Use Study February 2016)

48.4% of tablet PC owners have incomes over $100,000 New Media Trend Watch

89% of Android tablet PC users are satisfied with tablet computer shopping (Adobe Digital Index Analysis 2016)

81% of iPad users are satisfied with tablet computer shopping (Adobe Digital Index Analysis 2016)

76% of Android users are fulfilled with consumer product shopping on tablet PC (Adobe Digital Index Analysis 2016)

Google And Diversity

Google and Diversity

This discussion board response is pertaining to the Google blog post or press release about diversity. Just to begin I would like to say that Google is my hero. In technology we realize that there is a huge gap between demographics of color and non-color (whites). Most people in technology are from the middle class white demographic, and they’re also predominantly male. People of color, particularly Hispanics and blacks, are under-represented in technology as a whole. Also women and women of color especially, are under-represented in the field of Technology. So Google as of 2015 has actually increased their hiring of blacks and Hispanics. They are at the forefront of overall ethnic diversity and hiring. We can all take note about Google’s beneficial activities in the realm of gender and ethnic diversity. Not only in technology are blacks and Hispanics and people of color under represented but also in finance and business in general. We need to be more culturally inclusive and I believe that Google is a very good example of this and will give us that small nudge that we need to go in that direction. We can also discuss the subject of pay .People of color generally make less then there white or Asian counterparts. This is a tragedy and I believe a horrible Injustice. Google is actually taking the reins and hiring ethnically diverse upper echelon in their workforce, hiring managers and people that are in charge as leaders management team members. Again, just to reiterate, we should all take heed and understand that diversity starts with us. It starts in the eyes of ourselves and in the eyes of our children. We should always remember the America that our forefathers built and the America that is the global powerhouse is built upon diversity and although our inclusiveness started out rocky, to be inclusive means to be American. I believe that this press release primarily was targeted at the technology industry. I believe it was very effective and its strength lies within the strength of the company itself. Its only weakness that I can see would be that more people probably wouldn’t read this press release. The reason is because it was targeted at the technology industry. I also believe for that particular industry it is very effective although it should probably be targeted at the world as a whole because it is a globally relevant subject.

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LAN and WAN Networks for computers


The organization that I have chosen to write about is called Coal Canyon High School. This is a high school in a small town in northern Nevada called Lovelock. The high school only caters to about 150 students. Within the small building of Coal Canyon High School there is 6 classrooms. Each one of these classrooms has an average 10 computers with the exception of the computer lab which has about 30. All of these computers are connected to a small server room which houses a rack mounted server system containing 3 servers. The 3 servers serve all of the computers inside of the school’s building.

This is what you would typically call a LAN Network or local area network. A LAN network, or local area network, typically connects computer systems and devices within a geographically small area. this is the type of network that Coal Canyon High School uses because it’s only a one-story building with relatively small amount of computers. This is typical of a small geographic location.

LAN networks are perfectly suited for this type of network. It uses a Cat 6 wire to connect all of the media which basically is unshielded twisted pair wire Category 6. A wide area network would not be good for this type of system. A wide area network is a network that connects a larger area. These are large geographic areas that we commonly use for cell phones and data communications equipment and telecommunication links between different large service providers. A wide area network is generally what we use for our cell phones, long distance calls and things such as this. Coal Canyon High School would not be a good option for a WAN or wide area network because it is in a geographically small area.

Telecommuting in Coal Canyon High School would not be a good situation because working with students needs to be hands-on. I don’t know of anyone ever telecommuting in that organization. Even though we at CTU mainly “telecommute” in the organization that I have described above the community is close knit and customarily does things like school and social engagements in a face to face manner which is another reason that they probably don’t have any telecommuting staff.