Oldie but Goodie: Clickz.com demographic report gives clues to reaching certain age groups
From a report from Clickz.com, citing the Census Bureau as the source: 

A higher percentage of homes with computers and Internet access were run by individuals aged 35-44 than by any other age group. That’s the finding from the “Computer and Internet Use in the United States: 2003” report released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

In 2003, of the 35-44 age group 73.3 percent owned computers and 65.3 percent had Internet access at home. The next-highest penetration was households run by 45-54 year olds. Nearly 72 percent owned computers, and 65.1 percent of those households had Internet access.

Add that to the growth in Broadband access, as well as new updates to mobile online access ,and access to the Internet is quickly turning into a household fixture. Particularly with the growth of blogging and the advancing sophistication of platforms such as Blogsite, it’s increasingly easier and less expensive to reach your clients via online marketing.

 

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