Which do use to discover content most - Smart phone, Tablet, or PC/Laptop?
Quantcast for Hubpages indicates Mobile Web is 57% and online is 43%. That means Smart Phone & Tablet has a greater use. Not owning either of those I always am online at my PC. So, I am really ignorant of how to do it much less know how easy it is to do. Is that important knowledge for a content writer at HP? Do you use your smart phone or tablet more for content articles?
I use my laptop only for creating/reading content on hubpages. I have viewed it on both phone and tablet but prefer the full desktop experience
Have a great day
For an in-depth research and article write-up I utilise my Desktop PC. I do not own a laptop because my iPad Tablet compensate the need for a laptop. For commenting and generally following a hub I utilise my mobile phone and iPad Tablet.
In the next 12 months I suspect over 65% will be reading on mobile.
I use my (Linux) desktop only. I have a laptop, but I only use it for work-related emergencies. Browsing on a mobile device is too irritating and inconvenient to bother with.
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