More Data From Pew Internet On How Users Are Using Their Cell Phones
Smartphones are getting more sophisticated with a new array of capabilities, but according to newest Pew Internet study of cell phone activities in the first part of 2013, SMS/text messaging still tops the list of most popular activities.
The study of 2,000+ adults, conducted in April and May of this year, asked about various activities. The top activities are:
- 81% of cell phone owners text
- 60% browse the internet
- 52% read and answer email
- 50% download apps
- 49% get directions, recommendations, or some other type of location-based information
- 48% listen to music
- 21% do video calls or chat
- 8% “check in” or share their location
From text messaging campaigns to mobile-friendly websites, strategies and tactics for reaching and interacting with prospective job candidates continue to become more cost-efficient. Ask a Shaker Account Executive to help you evaluate your current access to candidates through mobile and determine if your company currently has a competitive advantage with your current technology or if your company needs to consider adjustments to become more mobile-accessible.