Title: Digital Britain
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Men rule the web. Gaming’s for geeks. Women aren’t interested in tech. iTunes is the most popular music player. Those with the most followers on Twitter have the most
influence. The iPad is mostly used on the go. Right? Wrong. Our collective knowledge about how people live today through technology is so tangled up by satisfying yet shallow soundbites, lazy research and the biased rhetoric of specialists, it’s hard to know what people really do today.
How do they talk, watch, listen, read, play games, socialise, research and buy in today’s increasingly digital world? How does this differ between the sexes and generations? If your brand is going to connect with consumers in the digital age, you need better answers to questions like these.
This report is the start of that. By drawing together quality research from hundreds of different referenced sources it paints a picture of current media and technology consumption and how that might develop in the future. It should make you more knowledgeable. It should give you the arsenal to fight for strategies and creative solutions that go against tired convention. But it should also flag up when you’re in
danger of jumping on a bandwagon and wasting your precious marketing budget.
In short, this report should help you unpick the truth from the myth.
Download: Digital Britain
Date: March 2012