Internet Behavior: China vs. US

18 Oct

A new research on people’s internet behavior recently got published here:

It covers more than 40 countries. The info graphics of the side-by-side comparison make the browsing interesting. It’s amazing to see 40% of the Chinese’ lifestyle are communicator, and 31% are influencers, while 27% of the Americans are networkers and 22% of them are knowledge seekers.

Two main behaviors of Chinese are Social Networking (28%) and Emailing (19%), and of the Americans are Emailing (53%) and Social Networking (17%).


2 Responses to “Internet Behavior: China vs. US”

  1. imgeorgelin October 18, 2010 at 2:41 am #

    Wow….this is impressive, although the research itself confirms that “every move you make, every step you take” on the internet, somebody is watching you and will turn the information into profits.

    • shjwysjj October 18, 2010 at 10:04 pm #

      I think the behavioral data came from surveys.

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