Mobile internet use in Brazil is growing rapidly, signaling a new phase of digital evolution in the country. Although it is still more common for Brazil's internet users to access the web via desktop and laptop computers than through mobile devices, the gap is closing, especially among younger demographics. Meanwhile, government policies seem likely to spur Brazil's less-affluent consumers to take a mobile path to the internet, too.
In Brazil's already intensely mobile-enabled market, internet users are becoming proficient digital consumers, browsing mobile websites, emailing and interacting on social networks via their phones, and using mobile apps—often while watching TV, using an ereader or working on a desktop computer.
The country's increasing parallel media consumption over mobile platforms is creating an audience marketers in the US would find familiar: the multiscreen user whose attention is always one screen away, shifting from television to desktop to tablet to smartphone. While the multiscreen user is not yet as common or distinct in Brazil, signs point to a highly multiscreen future. Understanding which behaviors consumers are likely to engage in across different platforms and media types will be vital to developing successful multichannel marketing strategies that reach them.
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