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terminology (sharing economy, collaborative economy, gig economy, etc.) is not very important, and a shakeout is inevitable - but the trend is here to stay

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terminology (sharing economy, collaborative economy, gig economy, etc.) is not very important, and a shakeout is inevitable - but the trend is here to stay

The best Meeker 2016 Internet Trends slides and what they mean | TechCrunch

The best Meeker 2016 Internet Trends slides and what they mean

The best Meeker 2016 Internet Trends slides and what they mean | TechCrunch

By the end of 2012, eMarketer forecasts, roughly a third of all mobile phone owners will access social networks via their phones—essentially double the number that did so two years ago—and 85% of mobile social networkers will use Facebook.

By the end of 2012, eMarketer forecasts, roughly a third of all mobile phone owners will access social networks via their phones—essentially double the number that did so two years ago—and 85% of mobile social networkers will use Facebook.

A December 2011 survey from Boston Retail Partners revealed that retailers in North America are getting the hint and making store pickup programs a relatively high priority. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said they had implemented a store pickup program, and another 46% indicated they had plans to launch such a program.

A December 2011 survey from Boston Retail Partners revealed that retailers in North America are getting the hint and making store pickup programs a relatively high priority. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said they had implemented a store pickup program, and another 46% indicated they had plans to launch such a program.

The best Meeker 2016 Internet Trends slides and what they mean | TechCrunch

The best Meeker 2016 Internet Trends slides and what they mean

Most part internet users rely on reviews when deciding to purchase a product, research revealed. About half are most likely to read reviews while on a company’s website, before adding a product to their shopping cart.

Most part internet users rely on reviews when deciding to purchase a product, research revealed. About half are most likely to read reviews while on a company’s website, before adding a product to their shopping cart.

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