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Premium Social: How to Hit the Brakes on the 65km-Per-Year Scroll

The following is a guest contributed post from Ben Le Tourneau, Integrated Director, The Operators. How far do you scroll on your phone in any given day? Recent findings suggest it may be more than you realize. Today, the average smartphone user is said to scroll some 178 metres every 24 hours on their device … The post Premium Social: How to Hit the Brakes on the 65km-Per-Year Scroll appeared first on Mobile Marketing Watch.
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