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The following is a compilation of data for November, published by Nielsen/NetRatings. It shows surfing patterns for certain European countries with a US comparison. (Asia-Pacific and Latin America can be found on their homepage.)
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There are some interesting differences here worth noting. Americans and Germans take a clear lead in both sessions and hours per month and Germans visit more sites than any other. American spend more time on each page. The average session is the same everywhere, around half an hour. The really big thing is that Americans spend 2-3 times more time per site than Europeans. Shopping pattern?
That difference will change your surfing habits in a heart beat. I know when I'm "on the clock", I get hurried and don't read as close as I should. I'm surprised the differences aren't more dramatic.
Don't know any other details or sources though, I was driving at the time.
Yes, thatīs the case in Germany .
There were a few companies trying to sell flat-rates to the users, but due to the dumping-prices of t-online (germans biggest provider) they went bankrupt. They tried to sell for about $50 - $100 a month...not enough to survive.
So we have to pay per minute or to surf at work...;-)
I think about half of the traffic comes from Internet Kiosks that charge abou $2.00 U$S per hour.
joined:Oct 23, 2000
That will rocket our online spending time :)