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December 14, 2015

comparing click to open email by devices :mobile vs desktop vs PC


"email click to open rates by mobile vs desktop"
While mobile click-to-open (CTO) rates dipped slightly  in Q3 (to 13.7%), they remained up from the year-earlier period (12.1%) and continue to close the gap with desktop CTO rates, per Yesmail’s latest quarterly report.  mobile email  revenues also grew 2015 by 9.9% year-over-year, with smartphones accounting for 56.6% of mobile revenue, up from 41.6% a year earlier

Apple devices continue to dominate revenues derived from mobile email, accounting for 77% share this past quarter. The iPhone comprised 34% share of orders (up from 23% during Q3 2014), taking share from the iPad, which accounted for 43% of orders (down from 58% during the year-earlier period).


December 4, 2015

consumer electronics vs computer sales among largest ecommerce product sold




consumer products vs computers online sales"
computers and consumer electronics products category is the largest product category in e-commerce, comprising an estimated 21.8% of total web sales. That share is expected to increase to 22.1% of the total by 2018, eMarketer says.





November 21, 2011

Mobile On its Way To Replace PC in SE Asia

Nielsen’s new "Southeast Asia Digital Consumer Report"  on The Digital  Media Consumption shows how " The PC will soon be replaced by the web. In fact 4 out of 6 Countries in the region mobile devices equals or exceeds owner ship of PCs, either desktop or laptop.




The 6  ASEAN countries included (consumers in Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines)
StatCounter Global Stats - SIngapore Mobile OS Market Share




  • Singaporeans led the region in online usage, spending more than a day (25 hours) online each week
  • Filipinos and Malaysians came close behind, spending 21.5 hours and 19.8 hours a week online, respectively. Indonesians trailed the region, spending an average of 14 hours per week.



  • While PCs continue to be the primary way to access the Internet, smartphones are on track to supplant them.In four of the six SE Asian  countries, mobile devices equals or exceeds owner ship of PCs, either desktop or laptop.
  • In Indonesia, for example, more than three-quarters (78%) of consumers owned Internet-capable mobile phones compared to just 29 percent who owned notebook computers or 31 percent with desktops.