It Figures 12/02

The latest stats on companies' e-mail response times, how the Web influences business decision-makers, and more
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of full-time employees don't work 9 to 5.
SOURCE: Jupiter Media Metrix

of companies take three or more days to respond to e-mail.
SOURCE: Jupiter Media Metrix

of U.S. households with incomes over $100,000 are not online.
SOURCE: Leichtman

of U.S. households with incomes under $35,000 are not online.
SOURCE: Leichtman

The click-through rate for B2B general e-mail marketing is
SOURCE: Harte-Hanks

of business decision-makers say the Web has influenced them to make a purchase or obtain a service.
SOURCE: Forrester Research

of people say the Internet is the "most essential" medium in their lives.
SOURCE: Arbitron/Edison Media Research

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