Video Will Be 80 Percent of Internet Traffic By 2019

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Cisco reports that video will be 80 Percent of internet traffic by 2019. This is due to a variety of factors, the greatest of which are the growing popularity of streaming video devices, the number of people that are now connected to the internet, the number of people using streaming video services, and the shift of video viewing behavior from television to internet video.

Cisco also predicts mobile and wireless traffic will account for 66% of internet traffic by 2019. Acknowledging that internet video to television viewing ratio grew by nearly 50% in 2014, and they expect it to grow fourfold by 2019. Online video is essential for your your company to compete in an increasingly digital world. Most video companies are not video marketing companies, and they do online video wrong. You have the opportunity to roll with these changes and do online video marketing right

Read the full article from ReelSEO regarding the Cisco report.

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