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    Nearly every PC family is now online, Yankee reports

    93% of families that own PCs are connected to the Internet, says a new survey from the Yankee Group. Online services/Internet access is cited as the No. 1 use of PCs by families.

    Posted 10/31/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    93% of families that own PCs are connected to the Internet, says a new survey from the Yankee Group. Online services/Internet access is cited as the No. 1 use of PCs by families.
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    CROSSMEDIA SERVICES, INC. AND AOL’S DIGITAL CITY TEAM UP TO DELIVER LOCAL RETAIL SALES & PROMOTION OFFERS TO CONSUMERS

    Visitors to Digital City Save Time and Money by Accessing Retail Deals in Their Local City Provided by CrossMedia Services CHICAGO, IL, AUGUST 24, 2001 – CrossMedia Services, Inc., the leading online provider of in-store sales and promotions services for retail advertisers and manufacturers, today announced an agreement to provide sales and promotional content to AOL’s Digital City, the #1 local online network. Under the terms of the agreement,...

    Posted 08/28/2001

    Visitors to Digital City Save Time and Money by Accessing Retail Deals in Their Local City Provided by CrossMedia Services CHICAGO, IL, AUGUST 24, 2001 – CrossMedia Services, Inc., the leading online provider of in-store sales and promotions services for retail advertisers and manufacturers,…
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    No longer a man's world: Women's online presence is growing

    Women now account for 37.1 million of all U.S. adult Internet users, representing 49% of the total active online population, according to eMarketer's eDemographics & Usage Patterns Report released today. The report also states that by 2003, the number of American women online will increase to 78.8 million, accounting for 51%, as men online will grow to 75 million representing 49% of total active adults. This ratio will mirror that of women in the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Women now account for 37.1 million of all U.S. adult Internet users, representing 49% of the total active online population, according to eMarketer's eDemographics & Usage Patterns Report released today. The report also states that by 2003, the number of American women online will increase to 78.8…
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