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Where Is The Line Between Internet And Mobile?

By Alex Speirs

So many of us own a mobile device these days and more and more of us are turning up to the new technology that mobile phones in particular have to offer. Some of us have laptops and netbooks and portable gaming devices that connect, but most of us have a mobile phone, a smartphone even. In fact, many of us don’t just want a regular mobile phone; we want Internet-connected mobile phones with increasing utility. These devices are compact and portable and because the Internet is a big part of the way we lead and organize both our personal and professional lives, they are the perfect accessory. IDC researchers tell us that globally there are almost 500 million mobile internet users currently, with that figure set to expand. So – internet and mobile: are the lines blurring?

Let’s look at how many of us live our lives; fast-paced, on the go, travelling to and from work or for recreational purposes and much of what we do is shaped by our ability to connect to the Internet. We check the Internet for the latest in news and sport, we connect to book flights and holidays, we buy online, we bank online, emailing is predominant in business and personal life and SMS is a must-have for many. In fact, how did we ever manage before we had Internet?

Not only are the personal and professional lines blurring but the Internet and mobile are blurring too. Best of all for consumers, is that much of this is blurring is in fact, consumer-driven. Consumers have demanded wireless Internet, compelling applications, anywhere-connectivity, better software, high speed data, improved hardware. And so mobile internet continues to grow and e-commerce continues to flourish.

Mobile Internet has progressed so quickly that it is revolutionizing and re-shaping the entire communication technology. There is sophistication in software and hardware never before seen, wireless technology is unrecognizable from just a few years ago and it has all collaborated to change many aspects of how we lead our modern lives. Mobile internet is set to continue to grow at a rapid pace.

Internet and mobile have and are continuing to blur to thus far unrecognizable levels. For those operating in the mobile “space” things have never been better and business is booming. If you want to see phenomenal success in a relatively short period of time, look no further than the business of mobile marketing. If you own a business, you owe it to yourself to check out mobile marketing and see what it has to offer.

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Speirs, Alex "Where Is The Line Between Internet And Mobile?." Where Is The Line Between Internet And Mobile?. 18 Jan. 2011. uberarticles.com. 7 Apr 2015 <http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/marketing/where-is-the-line-between-internet-and-mobile/>.

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Speirs, A (2011, January 18). Where Is The Line Between Internet And Mobile?. Retrieved April 7, 2015, from http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/marketing/where-is-the-line-between-internet-and-mobile/

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