Posts Tagged ‘mobile vs. desktop’

Jun 26 2013

Mobile Websites Reduce Lost Traffic

Want to Convert 10% More Traffic to Sales?  

Business success is not always about getting more traffic to your website.   It might be better to reduce lost traffic with a good mobile website experience.

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This chart above shows data from one of our customers who did not have a mobile site.  Notice how many users (31%) were using mobile technology (smart phones and tablets.)  Look at how many less web pages they visited, and how much less time they spend on the page.

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Jun 07 2013

Mobile Internet Users Exceed Desktop Users

Mobile Internet Users Growing Rapidly

The graph below clearly shows that mobile internet users in India have overtaken desktop internet users.   They have moved from desktop and laptop computers to mobile devices in a big way.  A recent study published in Nov 2012 by KPCB partner Mary Meeker and Stats Counter Global Stats contained the detailed study information.

 

Although this hasn’t occurred everywhere yet, it is clear that the trend for mobile internet users will continue to grow in other countries.  Industry forecasts have been made that the US will reach this point in 2013.

The implications for every website owner are clear – you need both a desktop and a mobile website. If mobile internet users come to your site and see a page made for a 19″ screen on their 3″ mobile phone screen, they will probably leave and not come back.

We can help you capture mobile internet users by creating a mobile site for you. It can be either a simple landing page or a more elaborate site, depending on your needs.

Give us a call today at 317-299-5150 and let us recommend a solution for you to capture more mobile internet users.

Jun 06 2013

Go Mobile Now!

Computer sales have been decreasing for the last 4 quarters, while sales of mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, ipads, etc.) have been skyrocketing.   Know what that means? It means that many more people are going to be looking for mobile friendly websites.  

You need to get one now, before it’s too late!

Your website can be viewed on a smartphone, but that doesn’t make it mobile-friendly.  I come across lots of web pages that fit on my 3 inch phone screen, but I would have to zoom in with my fingers to see the data.   If I can’t click on your phone number to dial it, or easily see a map to visit your office, I’m just not going to call you.  Unless you are the only source for what I need, I’ll go to someone easier to contact.  How many potential customers like me are you losing this week?

Give us a call at 317-299-5150 to get your mobile site!

  This information published by DemandForce in partnership with Column Five.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 31 2013

Millions of Mobile Users Looking for Your Business

Mobile Users are Looking for You!

With more than 6 billion mobile users of smartphones and other devices in the world, a good number of them must be looking for a business like yours.  Marketers have  seen these trends:

  • the number and dollar volume of mobile purchases is increasing
  • mobile users frequently do local searches to find a source close by their location
  • after finding a source, mobile users act quickly by calling, visiting, or buying on-line
  • mobile users have a very short attention span 
  • mobile users will not waste time on a non-friendly website

About 400 million mobile devices are active in the US, and sales continue to soar.  This chart shows that over half of those users go online often, and usage is expected to increase.  

If your business does not have a mobile-friendly website to attract them, you are missing many potential customers who will find your competitors before you.   

 

Let us help you join the Mobile Era.  Prices start at just a few hundred dollars, so they are very affordable, and because of their simple content. it usually doesn’t take long to build one.  We have created many of them, and we’d like to help you with yours.

Give us a call at 299-5150 or email us at info@provim.net

 

 

Source: Pew Internet’s study of US adults, Cell Internet Use 2012

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