Mobile Web Design

Nearly two thirds of cell phone owners use their phone to go online, and one in five cell owners do most of their online browsing on their phone.

We have all been on our mobile device while on the go and wanted to access a webpage but it took to long to load or was not user-friendly.  This happens when a business does not a have a website that is optimized for mobile devices.

Is your Website Mobile Ready?
If not.. then you are losing 43% of potential Business

See the same website non-mobile ready and one optimized for mobile devices.

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our-mobile-planet-test-images_page_27Mobile-friendly sites have an appealing layout and capture more sales.

When you optimize your website for mobile users, it becomes a smaller version of your site, that is practical and loads quickly on mobile devices.

When you convert your website to mobile, you will be able to expand your audience and maximize profits. Mobile users are on the rise and are here to stay. Wi-Fi is more readily available now than ever. Most domestic flights, malls, public places or your favorite coffee shops, now offer Wi-Fi.

The average person today on a mobile device, is busy and on the move.  These visitors are looking for information fast.  Someone with a hectic schedule wants a page that loads quickly and wants access to the information right away.

 Google puts a big emphasis on user experience when ranking a business. In order to rank your business on mobile devices, Google favors websites that have a separate site for mobile visitors. A mobile web design, will allow you to have higher rankings in mobile search engine results.

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In order to convert a visitor into a customer, you must improve their user experience. If your customers cannot navigate your website on their mobile device, they will get frustrated and you might miss out on their business.

The last “Black Friday” in the US has left a wealth of information about the use of mobile devices by consumers.

Bloomberg News Video: “Black Friday Online Shopping on Mobile Devices”

 

Highlights from Black Friday 2013:

  • Online Sales Set New Record: 
    Thanksgiving Day online sales grew by 19.7 percent year-over-year followed by Black Friday, with sales increasing 19 percent over 2012. Average order value for Black Friday was $135.27, up 2.2 percent year-over-year.
  • Top Five Cities for Online Shopping:
    New York City took the top spot for online sales on Black Friday. Rounding out the top five were Atlanta, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Chicago.
  • Mobile Shopping Soars: 
    Mobile traffic grew to 39.7 percent of all online traffic, increasing by 34 percent over Black Friday 2012. Mobile sales were also strong, reaching 21.8 percent of total online sales, an increase of nearly 43 percent year-over-year. 
  • Smartphones Browse, Tablets Buy: 
    Smartphones drove 24.9 percent of all online traffic on Black Friday compared to tablets at 14.2 percent, making it the browsing device of choice. Tablets drove 14.4 percent of all online sales, double that of smartphones, which accounted for 7.2 percent of all online sales. Tablet users also averaged 15 percent more per order than smartphone users, spending on average $132.75 versus $115.63 for smartphone users.
  • iOS vs. Android: 
    On average, iOS users spent $127.92 per order, compared to $105.20 per order for Android on Black Friday. iOS traffic reached 28.2 percent of all online traffic, compared to 11.4 percent for Android. iOS sales reached 18.1 percent of all online sales, compared to 3.5 percent for Android.
  • Retailers “Push” Promotions to Mobile Shoppers: 
    On average, retailers sent 37 percent more push notifications during the two day period of Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday – the alert messages and popup notifications from apps installed on your mobile device – when compared to daily averages over the past two months. Average daily retail app installations also grew by 23 percent using the same comparison. Retailers sent more notifications on Thanksgiving Day than Black Friday.
  • The Social Influence – Facebook vs. Pinterest: 
    On average, holiday shoppers referred from Pinterest on Black Friday spent 77 percent more per order than shoppers referred from Facebook. Facebook average order value was $52.30 versus Pinterest average order value which was $92.51. However, Facebook referrals converted sales at nearly four times the rate of Pinterest.

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