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What People Use the Internet For

When we saw that Americans spend most of their online time in social networking and emailing—according to an online survey by GfK and the Interactive Advertising Bureau—we thought it may be helpful to remind you of the many places you can encounter Bible Gateway’s daily Internet content.

The study says the average American interacts with websites like Facebook and Twitter for 37 minutes each day. The daily average for email activities is 29 minutes, while search and watching online video tie for an average each of 23 minutes a day.

What Americans Do On The Internet All Day

Since almost half of all American adults who are online use the Internet for religious purposes, the above chart may reflect how people are engaging with Bible Gateway’s many services ☺. If you aren’t already, please connect with us in any and all of our online venues:

Social Networks:   Facebook   \\   Twitter   \\   Google+   \\   Goodreads
   \\   LinkedIn   \\   Pinterest   \\   Tumblr   \\   Instagram   \\   Scribd
   \\   Slideshare   \\   \\   Storify

Email:   Email devotionals

Online Video:   YouTube Channel

Search:   Bible Search

Online Games:   Bible Quizzes

Blog:   Blog

Online Newspaper:

Other:   Website   \\   Bible Gateway App (@BibleGatewayApp)

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