As a result of being at home more, Australians are spending 16% more time on food and cooking websites than the equivalent period in 2019, spending over 298 hours, that’s over 12 days spent on these sites making this the top-ranked activity weekly by time in 20212.
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2020 pushed senior Australians, over 65 years old, to quickly embrace digital options for real-time updates to stay informed about COVID-19.
With questions and concerns rising during the pandemic, Australians are spending significantly more time online engaging with business news and information content as well as personal finance information, as they carefully monitor the situation, keep informed about the ever-changing circumstances,...
Real estate sites have seen record audiences and time spent on their online titles. When looking at the audiences time spent each week, 2020 started off strong, outperforming any period from the previous year.
All over the world, people have flocked online as a key news source to understand the latest updates on the COVID-19 global health pandemic. For media sellers, this means audiences are growing, and for ad buyers, reaching their desired and highly engaged audience has never been easier.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is affecting the economy and individual households, and the lockdown has pushed Australians to spend 87%1 more time on financial news and Information websites to stay up-to-date with the financial implications of the pandemic.
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Hey Nielsen, what’s the growth rate of smart speakers in Australia? Smart speakers are still an emerging technology in Australia with 14% of Australians (2.9 million) owning one, and only a quarter of those using one every day.