Women really, really like their mobile devices. According to a new study from Time Inc. and Nuance Digital Marketing, 60 percent of women name their mobiles as the most important devices in their lives (significantly higher than men, at 43 percent). Not only is their smartphone the first thing she looks at in the morning (for 78 percent), it consumes their free time throughout the day, when they use it for engaging with social media, texting and shopping. While this time spent on their mobiles would suggest opportunities to advertise to women, fully 91 percent of women dislike ads they consider intrusive.
Time Inc. is one of the largest content companies in the world. With a portfolio magazines that includes some of the world's most popular, powerful and trusted brands, it is one of the largest magazine publishers in the U.S. Their popular brands and successful franchises extend to online, television, cable VOD, satellite radio, mobile devices, events and branded products. The company engages millions of U.S. consumers in print, online and via mobile devices each month. Their specialties include Magazines, Photography, Publishing, Editorial, Journalism.
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