An Ofcom report out yesterday (18th July 2012) shows that texting has now overtaken talking as a means of communication in the UK.
James Thickett, Ofcoms director of research, said “Talking face to face or on the phone are no longer the most common ways for us to interact with each other.”
The report then goes on to say that this trend of digital communication methods is being driven by young people aged 16-24 – the same age group that are now entering the workplace as graduates and new trainees.
With so many websites available today, all hosting super rich content, it can be a full time job in itself keeping up with the latest sales intel. Checking your bookmarked client sites ‘the old fashioned way’, one at a time, can take until lunchtime!
Imagine if you could aggregate it all in one place so that you only have to check one website to be up to date with the latest market information.