30 Apr '14, 3am

Bing Releases Study On When US Cities Wake Up, Based On Search Data

Bing Releases Study On When US Cities Wake Up, Based On Search Data

Bing calculated this data by looking at which time they receive 50% of daily peak traffic from each metro area in their local time zones. While the patterns are typically the same for all cities for all seven days of the week, Bing did find a 43 minute shift between the earliest risers and the late risers.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/bing-releases-study-us...

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