Mobile Is Here
There’s no question that mobile devices have become essential in everyday living. Now more than ever it’s important that websites be optimized for mobile devices. Mobile optimization can increase sales, generate more traffic, and boost customer engagement. It is clear that mobile ready websites are going to increase exponentially in just the next couple of years.
The internet may have started on the PC but with over 3 billion mobile phones being used worldwide, we are approaching a time when the majority of a person’s first internet experience will be through a mobile device and you need to make sure yours is one of them.
“Mobilegeddon Has Begun” as of April 21 – Are You Ready?
Contact us now for complete details of Google’s Mobile Friendly guidelines and how we can help make sure you don’t loose your search placement!
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Why Do You Need To Evaluate Your Website’s Mobility Now?
“Mobile-only” designs are relatively simple to build and generally economical in development cost. Responsive Mobile Ready websites are more complicated to build; having a higher upfront cost. One important consideration is the “lifetime” cost.
Over time, it can be much more cost-effective to build a responsive website and optimize it for all standard resolutions. This also means that future updates related to content are to be done at one place instead of multiple versions of the website(s) that cater to each screen width.
QuickPro Web Development create only Mobile Ready Websites contact us now for complete details on how to make sure your website meets Google’s Mobile Friendly guidelines. 410-946-2770 ask for Steve or Brian
Research has shown that a mobile-optimized web site is able to generate almost twice the average traffic per user than sites without mobile optimization and can increase your customer’s engagement by more than 85%.
Mobile users have different objectives than desktop users and typically this means they want information in quick, easily digestible bites. Customers report that their mobile purchases are often impulse buys and some statistics show that mobile users spend more money per purchase than customers do on desktop websites.
Mobile shoppers have little patience for an unwieldy website and one-third of them will leave a transaction if the site isn’t optimized for mobile.
This underscores the importance of optimizing your mobile experience to match a visitor’s needs and behaviors in the context of how they will most likely be browsing your website. By making the path to purchase or inquiry simple and intuitive you’ll align more precisely with mobile users who need information rapidly to make decisions on the fly.
With one-quarter of global web searches conducted on a mobile device by over a billion users worldwide, mobile websites are just as important, if not more so, than desktop versions.
Research performed by Google says that mobile-friendly sites make 67% of customers MORE LIKELY to buy a company’s product or service. Conversely, not having a mobile site can cause you to LOSE up to 61% of your customers to a competitor. Those are big numbers!
Google says that 61% of mobile searches result in a phone call and inbound phone calls are 10-15 times more likely to convert than inbound web leads. In other words mobile searches produce more customer conversions for your business than simple web clicks.
Two-Thirds of mobile users say a mobile-friendly site makes them more likely to buy a company’s product or service
Higher customer engagement (repeat visits) coupled with higher satisfaction index while on a mobile website turn visitors into customers.
40% of mobile users switched from one company’s website to a competitor’s after having to deal with a poorly designed website for their mobile device
Consumers have come to expect mobile websites from the businesses they work with, large or small, and if your website does not deliver when they try to access it on their Smartphone while out and about, they are very likely to start looking elsewhere for the information, products or services they need.
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), more consumers in the United States will access the Internet on mobile devices than computers by 2015. For 2013, 57% of all tech growth will be mobile devices. Open in a new window