What type of content release schedule is preferred by users of streaming services? How do mobile gamers use TikTok to engage with their favourite titles outside of play and learn about new games? How do internet users in the UK view their online browsing habits and safety?
These are just some of the questions answered by the data included in Econsultancy’s Online Attitudes and Digital Behaviours Statistics Compendium, a collection of the most recent statistics and market data publicly available on online marketing, ecommerce, the internet and related digital media, all drawn from Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database.
If you need to quickly pull together some stats on internet use among different demographics, want to know what users of ad-supported streaming subscriptions think about the advertising volume, or are looking to pitch a video campaign on social media, search the Online Attitudes and Digital Behaviours Statistics Compendium for evidence to support your case. Examples of findings in the compendium include:
- The projected growth of the global gaming market over the next seven years.
- The views and experiences of UK internet users aged 13+ around internet safety and security, and attitudes to online safety among young gamers aged 8–17.
- User views on the cost of streaming services, including the likelihood of switching to a lower-cost ad-supported service.
- The content consumption and platform preferences of viewers who go online prior to major sporting events.
- The percentage of consumers in Australia with Smart TVs connected to the internet.
These are the figures behind the most important trends in digital behaviours. They have been collated from information available to the public and sorted by topic and region – we’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to.
The statistics featured in this report form part of Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database, a collection of more than 10,000 searchable charts, statistics and market data that can be filtered by region, sector and topic.