Young Hispanics Lead In Mobile Activity But Don't Trust Mobile Ads Very Much
A Technographics® Data Essentials Document
June 9, 2011
Why Read This Report
This Data Essentials report highlights the extent to which young Hispanic consumers are outpacing non-Hispanics in their use of mobile phones. Forrester's North American Technographics® Youth Online Survey, Q3 2010 (US) shows that Hispanic youth ages 13 to 17 are leading in both basic and advanced uses of the mobile channel. Investigating this group's behaviors helps market insights professionals understand early-adopter trends. But despite this high usage of mobile services, features, and activities, the mobile phone is still Hispanic youths' least trusted channel for advertisements.
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Table of Contents
- Young Hispanics Are Strong Early Adopters Of Mobile Technologies
- Young Hispanics Are Very Active Mobile Phone Users
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