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Here at Med Chat Solutions, our state of the art technology allows for customization for just about any business. We believe we have the tools to help your business increase its online presence exponentially.
The Live Chat model can be applied to any website. No matter what your website shows, your customers are going to need assistance. Why not help them quickly and efficiently, through a medium they prefer?
Because of our experience in the online chat field, we are able to offer state of the art technology combined with highly trained agents at a price you can afford.
Best of all, Chat Logix can be applied to any industry. Some industries currently using our program are: advertising, automotive, entertainment, financial, healthcare, home services, legal, marketing, pharmacy, publishers, real estate, restaurants and retail just to name a few.
Regardless of the industry, we understand that each company is as unique as a fingerprint. It is our goal to individually tailor our team to precisely how you request. Our goal is to meet and exceed your web site visitors’ expectations while at your site.
The possibilities are endless. Are you ready to experience the difference?
BABY BOOMERS MYTH BUSTING FACTS
Today America’s 76 million baby boomers will begin turning 65 at a rate of one every 10 seconds. This results in 3-4 million senior citizens per year. The numbers are absolutely staggering. Per Baby Boomers magazine here are some facts:
DID YOU KNOW ?
Have more discretionary income than any other age group.
Control 70% of the total net worth of American households resulting in $7 trillion of wealth.
Own 80% of all money in savings and loan associations.
Spend more money disproportionately to their numbers.
Account for a dramatic 40% of total consumer demand.
Let’s dispel the myths about Baby Boomers and their internet use:
Myth# 1: Baby Boomers aren’t computer savvy.
FACT# 1: One-third of the 195.3 million Internet users in the U.S., adults aged 50+, represent the Web's largest constituency (Jupiter Research).
Myth# 2: People 50+ don’t spend much time on-line.
FACT# 2: In 2010, younger Boomers, ages 47 to 55, spent an average of 39.3 hours online per month and older Boomers, ages 56 to 65, averaged 36.5 hours per month.
Myth# 3: Baby boomers rely on other mediums for their information sources.
FACT# 3: The Internet is the most important source of information for baby boomers when they make a major marketing purchase, such as automobiles or appliances (Zoomerang).
Myth# 4: Adults 50+ who use internet only utilize it at work.
FACT# 4: 72% of baby boomers have broadband Internet in their homes (ThirdAge and JWT Boom).
Myth# 5: Baby Boomers only use the internet to check their e-mail.
FACT# 5: Email is the most popular online activity among 50+ users, However, these users also spend their time web browsing, researching, and shopping (ThirdAge and JWT Boom).
Myth# 6: Baby Boomers rely on physicians or social workers for referrals to nursing or rehabilitation facilities.
FACT# 6: 82% of adults aged 50+ who use the Internet research health and wellness information online (Pew Internet and American Life Project).
Myth# 7: Baby boomers won’t make purchases on the internet.
FACT# 7: Baby Boomers between the ages of 56-66 years old spend the most money online, compared to all other generations, and spent more than twice as much as consumers aged 18-22 years old (Forrester Research).
Myth# 8: Baby Boomers’ internet purchases only contribute to a small percentage of sales.
FACT# 8: 42% of all travel industry purchases happen online. Adults 50+ account for 80% of all luxury travel spending (Pew Internet and American Life Project).
Myth# 9: Online purchases by Baby Boomers are insignificant in the e-commerce marketplace.
FACT# 9: Adults 50+ spend an average of $7 billion online annually (SeniorNet).
Myth# 10: Consumers 65+ are a small segment of the healthcare marketplace.
FACT# 10: The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that by the year 2030, over 70 million Americans will be over the age of 65. According to Time Magazine, this demographic shift will increase the senior care industry from $86 billion in 1996 to nearly $500 billion by 2030.
Baby boomers are more autonomous and more influential than ever before.
As a result, the elderly and home health care markets are at their highest level of competition.
Take advantage of this trend and watch your business thrive! Baby boomers have proven, they are not to be ignored.