View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new iOS app!Introducing SlideShare for AndroidExplore all your favorite topics in the SlideShare appGet the SlideShare app to Save for Later — even offline
View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new Android app!View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new iOS app!
6 in 10 of the world’s population use a mobile phone
Access by PC, Laptop, PDA, Smartphone, Mobile device
1 billion +
2009 1.7 billion and growing
Norton Online Lifestyle Report
2009 Computer Industry Almanac
Worldwide number of Internet users Original image: ' swiss-memory ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/75755822@N00/935197028 by: Jamin GrayReleased under an Attribution-ShareAlike License (Est. world pop 6.7 billion)
Countries online Top 15 Countries In PCs In-Use (worldwide 1.190) Year-end 2008 PCs In-Use (#M) Share % 1. U.S. 264.1 22.19 2. China 98.67 8.29 3. Japan 86.22 7.24 4. Germany 61.96 5.21 5. UK 47.04 3.95 6. France 43.11 3.62 7. Russia 36.42 3.06 8. Italy 35.69 3.00 9. South Korea 34.87 2.93 10. Brazil 33.30 2.80 11. India 32.03 2.69 12. Canada 27.63 2.32 13. Mexico 19.13 1.61 14. Australia 17.01 1.43 15. Spain 16.71 1.40 Top 15 Total 853.9 71.70
A majority of online adults indicated they cannot live without Internet access. Internet access topped the list of necessities for the UK, Germany, Italy, and Brazil. Most adults in the U.S., Canada, France and Australia would prefer not to live without their car Adults in China and India are most attached to their cell phones.
Searching and Exploring Original image: ' Google logo - spring 09 ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/73532212@N00/3370674355 by: Matt Hamm Original image: ' Google's 9th Birthday - September 27, 2007 ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/65929446@N00/1446045529 by: Justin Original image: ' Google ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/36875686@N00/189010710 by: Jürgen Plasser
Searching and Exploring Online beauty and fashion advice has become popular globally with nearly 3 to 4 in 10 online users seeking advice. Another report mentions that in the countries surveyed, more than 35 percent of users said they go online at least weekly to look for information about a product. * Original image: ' carbon black mac eyeshadow smoky eyes ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/33037761@N07/3336793227 by: courtney r Original image: ' MAC ‘ http://www.flickr.com/photos/93768800@N00/218197446 by: unknown
Searching and Exploring The Internet exceeds the offline world as a source of key information about the world we live in. Most online adults spend at least one hour per month both reading news from online sites/blogs and from a print outlet. Times online Tech and Web http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/ Original image: ' laptop news ‘ http://www.flickr.com/photos/54289096@N00/693597 by: zen Sutherland
Searching and Exploring - Travel http://wikitravel.org/ People in the UK are by far the largest users of online travel sites, with 81 per cent booking their travel online. Australia is second to the UK with 67 per cent
Half of adults globally have made friends online. Of those users, approximately 60-80 per cent have translated some of these online friendship to their offline world
40-60 per cent of online adults globally prefer their online friendships the same amount or more than their offline friendships
The UK’s adults feel more comfortable than their European counterparts socialising online. Twenty eight per cent say they feel confident in doing so compared to 21 per cent in Germany and just 16 per cent in France.
Globally, China leads the pack with 44 per cent of adults claiming to feel confident socialising online.
30-40 per cent of online children have made friends online.
Living Online (your customers) Original image: ' IMG_1596 ‘ http://www.flickr.com/photos/39039882@N00/137063302 by: Tantek Çelik Original image: ' Joey and April working on their keyboarding skills ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/27315689@N00/749317332 by: Michael Surran
Missed a MasterChef episode? http://www.masterchef.com.au/episodes.htm
Need to do some Professional Development? Australian Flexible Learning Framework Online Events. Screenshot by Jo Kay
Want to learn how to draw online? Ask a digital native, or… @ Frankie Forsyth. All rights reserved.
View a step by step video on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaXMUkSQ5tM (quality not guaranteed!)
Learning The vast majority of online children in the world use the Internet to help with schoolwork, with the exception of Japan. The UK is third highest with 95 per cent of responding children using the Internet for schoolwork Mathletics and Spellodrome http://www.mathletics.com.au/
Buying, Selling, Shopping Original image: ' 1026purchases ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/8911231@N04/2976486739 by: air tank
Shopping The UK is ahead of the rest of the world when it comes to shopping online, with 96 per cent of adults responding that they shop online at least sometimes. Germany is second to the UK, with 93 per cent. China (86 per cent) and Brazil (80 per cent) had the lowest positive responses Half of all global online users feel confident shopping online Compared to their parents, the UK’s children have significantly less confidence in shopping online with just 32 per cent feeling confident or very confident shopping online. China’s children are the most confident online shoppers – 69 per cent offering positive responses
Frankie Forsyth – online Own Website Del.icio.us Edna sandpit Me.edna i-Google Twitter Facebook Wikispaces Bloglines Plus other people’s web spaces! Skype Flickr
Interested in more? Contact me: Email: [email_address] Skype: frankieforsyth Twitter: frankief Facebook: Frankie Forsyth Delicious links: frankieforsyth http://delicious.com/frankieforsyth Phone: 613 (03) 6278 9292 A copy of this presentation is available at http://www.slideshare.net/
Thank you Original image: ' Rainbow Cafe's door knob ' http://www.flickr.com/photos/93382027@N00/80959145 by: CarolineReleased under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License Contact me: [email_address] and on skype: frankieforsyth A copy of this presentation is available at http://www.slideshare.net/