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Average Internet User Now Spends 68 Hours Per Month Online

Mashable is reporting this from a new Nielsen report:
Average Internet User Now Spends 68 Hours Per Month Online
“The Nielsen Company issued a report today on the top U.S. web brands and Internet usage in the U.S. As expected, Google is the #1 web brand based on unique audience.
The statistic that really jumped out for us, however, was that in September 2009, the average U.S. Internet user spent an estimated 68 hours online (both at home and at work).
In addition to spending an average of 68 hours online, the average user visits nearly 2700 websites and averages 57 seconds per site.”
Wow!
Stephen

Posted on: October 15, 2009, 11:51 am Category: Uncategorized

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  1. Batarang said

    I probably average around 175 between work and home (computer usage total: ~240), particularly because there’s so much video content being moved to the interwebs and I can watch tv whenever I get around to it.