Archive for August, 2013
Did you know, according to Pew Internet and the American Life Project, almost 50% of all Americans use a smartphone? For this reason, it is not terribly surprising to find that $6.4 billion was spent on mobile marketing across the world in 2012. According to eMarketer, 19.4% of all internet usage time in the United States is spent on a mobile device as of August 2013. Given the fact that only 19.2% is spent on traditional computer access, the importance of mobile is clear.
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On Black Friday in 2012, mobile shopping accounted for just over 16% of all sales. This represents the fact that shopping while on the go using smartphones and tablets is becoming more and more popular. On top of that, according to Google survey, 67% of consumers that that a mobile friendly site is more likely to receive their business, making mobile web design the next major trend in online marketing.
Two of the most important facets of a mobile website, for users, are ease of use and navigability. If a user tries to access a website but has trouble navigating or finding the information that they need quickly, they might not stay for long. Generally, website visitors decide if they want to stay on a web site in the first two to four seconds that they are there. So it is important for companies to make sure