Baby Boomers Spend Most Online

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Baby boomers have become more comfortable with technology and have begin to spend more money online. And while nearly all online U.S. Adults own a mobile phone, more than one third own a smart phone.

According to the Forrester Research study "The State of Consumers and  Technology: Benchmark 2011, U.S.", consumers ages 56 to 66 spend the most online among all the generations. In the past three months, they spent on average $367 more than double the amount of those ages 18 to 22 spend online. 

Finally, more than 70% of consumers ages 45 to 55 made an online purchase in the past three months.
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