Minority users tap into mobile Web

07/30/2009 | Adweek

The number of black customers who use mobile devices to access the Internet jumped from 12% two years ago to 29% in 2009, and the number of English-speaking Hispanics who used their smartphones to surf the Web over the same period went from 18% to 29%, the Pew Internet & American Life Project is reporting. In contrast, the number of white consumers using the mobile Internet grew from 9% to 17%, the survey found.

View Full Article in:

Adweek

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Retail

Job Title Company Location
Men's Associate Account Executive
Perry Ellis International
New York City, New York
Art Director
Vera Bradley
Roanoke, Indiana
Product Merchant - Gifts, Home Decor
Hallmark
Kansas City, Missouri
Project Manager Global HR Operations GE HR
Walmart
Bentonville, Arkansas
Manager, Omni-channel Change Management
Gap Inc./Growth Innovation and Digital
SAN FRANCISCO, California