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  1. #1
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    [EN] 55% dos brasileiros pensam que FB é a Internet



    Millions of Facebook users have no idea they’re using the Internet
    http://qz.com/333313/milliions-of-fa...-the-internet/

  2. #2
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    Antigo sonho dourado de 10 em cada 10 provedores de acesso.

    O Google também bem que tentou, mas o FB levou

  3. #3
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    santa ignorância Batman....
    Siga-nos em nosso twitter: @wht_brasil

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    Citação Postado originalmente por Winger Ver Post
    santa ignorância Batman....
    Ainda tem esse negócio de celular conectar no FB sem pagar pela ligação?

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    "Dumb fucks"

    At Davos this year, Sandberg told the well-heeled crowd (paywall) that in the developing world, “people will walk into phone stores and say ‘I want Facebook.’ People actually confuse Facebook and the internet in some places.” Or as Iris Orriss, Facebook’s head of localization and internationalization, has put it, “Awareness of the Internet in developing countries is very limited. In fact, for many users, Facebook is the internet, as it’s often the only accessible application.”

    Facebook is “often the only accessible application,” as Orriss puts it, but that’s because Facebook—which did not respond to requests to comment on this story—has worked to ensure that it is the easiest and cheapest to access. The company backs internet.org, an initiative to “bring the Internet to the two thirds of the world’s population that doesn’t have it.” Yet internet.org’s showpiece, an app now available in nearly half a dozen countries, provides free access only to Facebook, Facebook messenger, and a handful of other services (the precise lineup varies by country).

    Most of these other services are well-meaning and related to development: Women’s rights. Jobs. Maternal-health information. An Ebola FAQ. The only concessions to the wider web are Wikipedia and Google search. But clicking through on a Google search result requires a data plan—and that must be paid for by the user. (Despite the name, internet.org is not a non-profit concern, but very much a part of Facebook Inc.)

    Telecom operators across the developing world also contribute to the confusion—though this is something of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Mobile web users spend a lot of time on Facebook and WhatsApp (also owned by Facebook). Mobile networks see this and offer these customers social-only plans.

    In India, you can get a Facebook-only data plan for $2.50 a year ...

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    GWI Audience Report: Millennials

    Globally, Millennials (or Gen Y) – defined here as 17-31 year-olds - represent the largest share of internet users aged 16-64. The digital behaviors and attitudes of this key demographic are explored in detail in this report.


    Some key headlines include:


    • The number one online activity among Millennials/Gen Y is watching video clips – in line with the rising importance of the internet as a content-consumption channel. 6 in 10 Millennials watched TVoD last month and they are now watching more than an hour of online TV per day. Netflix is booming among this demographic; one fifth used the service last month.


    • Large numbers of Millennials, particularly those in fast-growth markets, are turning to VPNs and Proxy Servers to view better entertainment content. Attempting to geo-restrict access to content is becomingly increasingly futile.


    • Gen Y is the Smartphone Generation. 84% own a smartphone, with large numbers using them to social network, watch videos and shop online. Samsung still dominates the smartphone market but more Millennials are planning to buy the iPhone.


    • Second-screening is a universal behavior, with Millennials preferring to use mobiles and most likely to be chatting to friends while watching TV.


    • Facebook remains the top social network but active usage rates among Millennials are falling. Many of these networkers are turning to smaller platforms, like Pinterest and Instagram, or chat apps, like WhatsApp or WeChat.


    • Two thirds of Millennials shopped online last month, with m-commerce becoming increasingly important. Mobiles are the most purchased and most reviewed items online.


    • Branded entertainment has become key to engaging Millennials. Outside of China, this demographic are the most likely to think that brands should entertain them. However vlogs, despite their popularity, are yet to make an impact as advertising channels.

    http://www.globalwebindex.net/blog/g...rt-millennials

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    Na verdade para uma grande porção dos usuários online, o Facebook e de facto a única "internet" que usam, não desfrutam de outros sites.

    Nao e de surpreender com o resultado da sondagem. :/

    Carlos

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    Por um lado é bom, basta ter um bom peer com Akamai e Facebook e deu. Ninguem reclama ;D

    Citação Postado originalmente por NullMind Ver Post
    Na verdade para uma grande porção dos usuários online, o Facebook e de facto a única "internet" que usam, não desfrutam de outros sites.

    Nao e de surpreender com o resultado da sondagem. :/

    Carlos
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    O pior de tudo e o jeito que o facebook esta levando os links e manipulando a publicacao de novos conteudos online:

    Deem uma olhada nesse link do ClubedoHardware: http://www.clubedohardware.com.br/ar...Internet/2925/

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