Consumers have their own preference of platforms when it comes to internet browsing. Some are professionals who like to sit in their office while having their coffee and surfing using desktops or PCs. Moreover, those assiduous bloggers, tech-savvy and on-the-go professionals use a mobile or tablet device, which is why we asked our readers, “How do you spend most of your time on the internet?”
Leading the vote, 79 percent answered Desktop and 21 percent voted for Mobile.
Even with our society becoming increasingly involved in mobile devices, desktop activities still account for a large portion of online activities throughout the day and it isn’t going away anytime soon, at least for one key market segment—people who spend their work days in front of a computer. The rise of the workplace as a place to browse the internet has been one of the defining trends for online news or information site still seeks peak audience during work hours Monday to Friday.
According to CalvinAyre.com’s traffic report last week, 71 percent of our readers still used desktop and 29 percent used mobile or tablet device.
However, have you tried observing people in any public area these days? There is a good chance you will see someone browsing the web on his or her smartphone such as iPhone, Android or any other device. Mobile internet browsing is forever increasing and is only going to get bigger with time. In addition, with increasing smartphone usage, making a website that is friendly to smartphone users has now become a critical part of website management. That is why here at CalvinAyre.com, we optimized our website for a better mobile-user experience—anytime, anywhere. This level of constant connectivity provides an unprecedented opportunity to connect with target audiences in new ways, wherever they may be.
On our next week’s poll, there are professional poker players who build their earnings over the years and others earn it from big tournaments, which is why we decide to ask our readers, “Have the WSOP Main event and high roller tourneys like one drop ruined the all-time money list?” Check back next week to see what our readers think.