Edmontonians certainly are funny individuals. Their routines & behavior, quirks, and stereotypes happen to be famous.
But luckily, a recently posted list of probably the most visited web sites in Edmonton presents at the very least a cursory look into Edmontonians more non-public habits.
These sites could be divided into five primary categories: social media platforms, banking, shopping, news/media, and, unsurprisingly…pornography.
There are, on the other hand, some outlier web sites — the ones that offer weather condition forecasts and federal government services, for instance. Reddit.com is another news site that keeps Edmontonians updated on trending topics. They spend almost 14 minutes checking it out, with an average of 9 pageviews.
Edmontonians surely show love to Kijiji.ca. Visitors linger for an average of 9.54 minutes per site visit. It also gets almost 10 pageviews daily. We also learn more interesting stats about Edmontonians that 4/5 admit to logging on to the net while they are watching TV and 46% use phones while using the washroom.
A lot more boomers (55+) |happen to be surfing the net using from cellular devices – 57% this season versus 44% in 2017 in support of 24% in 2015.
The most frequent online activities consist of email, banking, being able to access social media, getting up on media/current affairs and shopping, however the time Edmontonians devote instant messaging has increased. Our behaviours are significantly shifting towards digital. Shoppers and consumers have became more sophisticated, online purchases of everything has jumped.
51% of Edmontonians in 2019 made an online purchase for their home, compared to just 26% in 2014 which is a significant jump. Things like purchases of food or food delivery jumped from 14% in 2016 to over 31% in 2019.
Province to province as well these stats vary greatly. Example: Alberta residents (49%) say that they know how to use a digital wallet service, whereas not even one-third of Manitobans (31% say they do). Also, Alberta is also ahead in the home automation space: Albertans are most likely to have a connected home security/surveillance camera (26% versus 15% overall) Source: CIRA.
Ali Salman is an online marketing strategist who have worked with Coca-Cola, Extreme Pita, Mucho Burrito, KIA, Honda and other Fortune 500 companies. Ali Salman now heads Rapid Boost Marketing - Canada's fastest growing search marketing agency. RBM clients include Fortune 500's and medium size businesses across North America. Ali as RBM CMO leads his team in building and managing quality, high-performing and cost-effective interactive campaigns and programs for our company's customers and partners. In his career, he has significantly improved campaign performance for large brands such as Government of Alberta, Liberal Party, Workopolis, Cathay Pacific, as well as medium to large retailers and high-tech B2B-enterprise niches.
Ali and his team develop online promotional concepts that spark viral growth through search and social media for RBM clients, devising strategies that use search engines and more to reach key demographic segments in the ways they're most likely to be receptive. Ali Salman also oversees corporate marketing initiatives for Rapid Boost Marketing, including strategic communications counsel, public and analyst relations and client education programming.