What does the most recent research indicate about smartphone and internet penetration worldwide? How many hours are internet users in the UK aged 13+ spending online in a typical week? What do consumer behaviours in India indicate about attitudes towards the adoption of 5G technology?

These are just some of the questions answered by the data included in Econsultancy’s Technology, Media and Telecoms Statistics Compendium, a collection of the most recent statistics and market data publicly available on online marketing, ecommerce, the internet and related digital media, all drawn from Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database.

If you need to quickly pull together some stats on how internet users spend their time online, create a case study on perceptions around online safety, or need a hand convincing the board to invest in a new cloud computing technology, search the Technology, Media and Telecoms Statistics Compendium for evidence to support your case. Examples of findings in the compendium include:

  • How confident UK internet users aged 13+ feel about being able to maintain their online safety.
  • The percentage of consumers in the US that regularly encounter misleading digital content.
  • The web presence of Canadian businesses as of 2021, including the percentage that had a website optimised for mobile use.
  • Connectivity and internet speed issues among fibre, broadband or DSL customers in India, and how long issues take to be resolved.
  • How education level influences the way in which Nigerian women use the internet as an information-finding tool.

These are the figures behind the most important trends in digital marketing in the technology, media and telecoms sector. They have been collated from information available to the public and sorted by region – we’ve done the hard work so you don’t have to.

The statistics featured in this report form part of Econsultancy’s Internet Statistics Database, a collection of more than 10,000 searchable charts, statistics and market data that can be filtered by region, sector and topic.