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Internet Growth and Demographics Research

If you are thinking of launching an ecommerce site, it's vital to know as much as possible not just about your potential customers but the general Internet audience. This audience is constantly changing and evolving as it increasingly mirrors the composition and buying habits of the mainstream public. Many companies specialize in monitoring the growth of the Internet and analyzing traffic patterns, geographic distribution, and the demographics and shopping behaviours of the Internet audience. Listed here are well-known market research giants, smaller companies that specialize in this hot research field, and some useful stats and demographics portals. (Note that statistics provided by these companies may not concur precisely. The Internet is, by its very nature, almost impossible to quantify.)