I bank, therefore I am?
Is the internet changing our perception of off-line activities?
America’s Online Pursuits
This report analyzes the responses of more than 64,000 Americans to phone surveys in the past three years. It finds that 63% of U.S. adults now are online and many of them have built Internet use into their lives in practical ways.
Holidays Online 2002
More than three-quarters of Internet users went online this season for some kind of holiday activity. For many email was vital for planning gatherings or sending greetings. Online holiday shopping was up slightly from the previous year.
Counting on the Internet: Most find the information they seek, expect
Americans expect to find what they are looking for online in news, health care, government information, and shopping.
Online Banking 2002
Pew Internet Project surveys tracked a 164% increase in online banking and a 90% increase in travel purchases between 2000 and 2002. Convenience and cost savings were the top reasons cited by Internet users who have switched to online banking.
Getting Serious Online: As Americans Gain Experience, They Pursue More Serious Activities
As Americans gain experience online, they use the Internet more for their jobs, to make more online purchases and carry out other financial transactions, and to write emails with more significant and intimate content.
Holidays Online 2001
Online Holiday shopping grew this season from the previous, though Internet users also increasingly use the Internet during the holiday season to search for information on travel, holiday crafts, recipes and traditions.
The Holidays Online 2000
Americans take advantage of the Internet while executing their holiday plans—from online shopping, and sending of e-greetings, to travel, party and event planning.