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Google and Nielsen Publish Consumer Holiday Spending Data Across Screen Sizes

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Msg#: 4547657 posted 10:06 pm on Feb 21, 2013 (gmt 0)

This past holiday season, homes were aglow with the twinkling lights of large screens (like laptops, desktops and tablets) and mobile phones alike. In our holiday consumer survey, conducted in partnership with Nielsen, we found that consumers relied on their devices more this holiday season, moving fluidly between devices based on their setting and context. 63% of consumers frequently used more than one digital device to shop for gifts this holiday season, and 67% of consumers believe that “having access to multiple devices makes it easier to shop”.

Another important finding was that more screens means more shopping. People using one device to research and shop made online and offline purchases across an average of six product categories (like electronics, apparel, auto parts, etc), while those that used two devices purchased across eight categories, and people who used all three devices shopped across an average of nine categories.Google and Nielsen Publish Consumer Holiday Spending Data Across Screen Sizes [adwords.blogspot.co.uk]


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