Music swappers more likely to buy music online, and offline at retailers

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A survey, based on 36.000 Internet users, was
released yesterday by Web tracker Nielsen/NetRatings. The research indicated that
people who download music from song-swap sites are more likely to…

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“Dance and club music ranked No. 2, with those who down loaded being 106 percent more likely to have purchased dance and club music than the average Internet users during the past three months and 77 percent more likely to buy alternative rock.” this statement is plain dumb, of course people who listen to music are more likely to purchase music than people who don’t it’s like saying that people who own a dog are more likely to buy dogfood than the average person, totally pointless statement since it doesn’t show anything comparisons have to be done within the same group, not between two different target groups no matter how true their conclusions are, the article in question contains nothing to support it