This is attributed to the fact that the country has made massive steps towards effective technological advancements. These technological advancements have enabled the country to make improvements in their digital infrastructure; resulting in the high speed internet connections in the country. According to Youngs (2013), over 618 million people in the country were ardent internet users. This number shows the prevalence of internet use in the country. Additionally, the number of people in the country using mobile devices included an astonishing 83.4 percent (Wallis, 2013; Holloman, 2013).
Web clients are expanding quickly in India which opens a degree for some advertisers to go into the online endeavors. From B2B to B2C, no business today can overlook the gigantic "Online Market" that exists on web. Presently physical business sector has as of now and gradually supplanting with "Virtual Market". Consequently seeing about the web, E-Commerce component make a figuring out how to put simple innovation before the client without confounding them, manufactured and sustain an association with the e-client turn into the new patterns of propelling E-Commerce
China and India have also recorded a stiff rise in a number of internet users with 52.3% and 36.5% Internet Penetration rate. The interesting thing is China and India are leading the charts having the highest number of internet users. China and India seem to have low internet penetration rate, but if we consider the internet user base, then these two countries are topping the charts leaving behind even the USA and France. As of June 30, 2016, the internet user base of China is 721.4, India has 462.1 and the United States has 286.9 millions of users. The most amazing finding is younger generation is adopting the internet with greater pace.
Educators are suggested to evaluate tasks that can be performed without using technologies, and to “remind ourselves of what may be lost when we do use them” (Beniger, 1989). Therefore, it is important to find a balance between technology and education to create meaningful teaching and learning in the classroom. Background of the Study In recent years, the number of Internet users worldwide has increased significantly, with Asia’s growth at 1539.6% over the last 17 years, gaining 1.87 billion internet users. (Internet World Stats, 2017). To evaluate it by regions, Internet World Stats identified that the Asian continent accounts for half of the world’s internet users in 2017 at 50.1%, followed by Europe as shown in Figure 1.
The percentage of American adults who use at least one social networking site has increased exponentially from 7% in 2005 to 65% in 2015 (Perrin). According to Pew Research Centre in 2015, 59% of Instagram users use the platform daily, including 35% who use it several times a day. This marks a 10% increase from September 2014. To put things in a global perspective, there are 2.307 billion active social media users as of January 2016 (Chaffey). This makes up 31% of the world’s population.
In September 2008 India had 62.5 million internet users and as per the report released by Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) the number of internet users was expected to reach 213 million by June 2015, and India is also the third largest online population. As per the census report the total population of India is 1.2 billion. Comparatively the number of internet user is small then the total population, this is because India is a developing country and still most of the places do not have access to the internet. According to IAMAI report people in the urban areas have internet access than the people living in rural areas. So, from this we can conclude that E-commerce has more impact in urban areas compared to the rural
Here is the interesting fact, of every five minutes spent on the internet in India, a normal browser spends approximately 1 minute on Facebook, according to Carson Dalton, the company 's India PR head. Social media use has taken a striking jump last year in India, with Facebook 's active users to grow to 82 million by mid-2013 which is an upward growth of 15 percent in six
From the years 2007 to 2010, the number of worldwide internet users has nearly doubled, and in the United States the number if high speed internet lines have increased exponentially from 2.8 million in 1999 to 206 million in 2011 (Carlisle, et al). Increased access of the internet allows an increase of internet use. Many people use the internet as a source of information for school, work, or just for enjoyment as the internet offers many outlets to opportunity and connection. In a couple clicks people are able to go from job searching to catching up with a friend on Facebook. On the other hand, many are becoming addicted to the online world the internet provides.
India has a large medical tourism sector which is expected to grow at an estimated rate of 30% annually to reach about ₹ 95 billion by 2015. According to provisional statistics 6.29 million foreign tourists arrived in India in 2011, an increase of 8.9% from 5.78 million in
On average they spend €848 per year online, a value that is growing at an estimated annual rate of 4%. The total turnover of ecommerce in Spain reached 15.89 billion euros in 2014, new data shows. With the increase of 24.8% the ecommerce industry in Spain continues to grow. During the fourth quarter of last year, online sales even increased by 25.8%, reaching 4.3 billion euros. It’s the La Comisión Nacional de los Mercados y la Competencia (CNMC) that published these