Selling and buying physical items online is one of the most popular transactions that take place on the internet. But there are many other kinds of services people require also, such as SEO, copywriting, website development and much more. It is important that companies are able to provide all of these services via the internet as it allows them reach more clients and make more money.

It is also becoming increasingly common for businesses to offer services that aren’t physical in nature, like the coaching or performance consultation. These kinds of services are difficult to sell since they are subjective and online services require more time to understand. It is important to sell this kind of service because it can be very valuable for customers.

For the entire world population, the number of people who do not have internet access has decreased significantly in the last decade, but 3 billion people still remain offline. Inaccessibility to digital services could result in being cut off from information education, social networks and other services which the majority of the world takes for granted. It can also limit access to healthcare and other government services.

We discovered that demographic variables (ie age, gender socioeconomic status, degree of participation) were linked to perceived benefits of online services in social and medical care. However, ICT-related variables were the most consistent in association with benefits (ie accessibility, accessibility and skills to use, and amount of use). Moreover, self-rated poor health was consistently associated with lower perceptions of the various benefits.