Your ultimate guide to the evolving digital world
Our Digital 2023 report highlights everything you need to know about social media, internet, mobile and ecommerce trends globally.
In the last year internet users reduced the time they spent online, focusing on quality over quantity. However, social media’s influence on how we live our lives continues to grow, from shopping to connecting, entertaining to looking for information about brands. People now spend more than 2½ hours on social media each day – 40 minutes more than watching broadcast and cable TV.
The Digital 2023 Global Webinar: explore the trends behind the numbers.
More than 64 percent of the world’s population is online, with 147 million new internet users in the last 12 months. Dive into more digital and social data in our Digital 2023 April Global Statshot Report.
Social is the primary destinations for the world’s 5.19 billion internet users, with more than 60 percent of the world’s total population using social channels. Get stuck into more data in our Digital 2023 July Global Statshot Report.
Internet user figures have grown by 3.7 percent over the past year to reach 5.30 billion, equating to 65.7 percent of the world’s population. For more updated stats and data from the world of digital, dive into our Digital 2023 October Global Statshot Report.
Digital 2023: Australia explores the country’s evolving digital and social landscape.
Whilst time spent on the internet is down, the average daily time spent using social media has increased. Australians are in love with TikTok and spend almost 1 hour a day on the app – the highest usage time in the world.
With almost 1 in 3 internet users visiting social networks to look for information about brands and products, having a strong social presence has never been more important.
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