If you are simply ignoring the fact that your website is not a mobile friendly website, some of the stats coming in from user experiences should motivate you to get in the mobile game!

The most recent research from Google found that 61 percent of mobile users will simply “move on” or abandon the site if they encounter a non-mobile-friendly user experience.
Friendly vs non-Mobile Friendly
source: Marketingland.com

By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwidesource: Gartner.com

Mobile search is becoming increasingly important as more people are on their devices looking for the best restaurant

Mobile vs Desktop Traffic

s in town, searching for contact information, coupons, tap to call features or simply getting directions to your location with their mobile navigation.

According to statcounter.com, mobile share in May 2011 was 5.75% compared to 94.25% for desktop. In May 2012, mobile vs. desktop was 10.11% to 89.89%. Can you guess where people searched from the most? Google (96% of searches conducted on any devices was on the Google search engine).

Isn’t it time that you took a look at what a good mobile platform can do for your business? Contact us today for a free consultation and a before and after comparison of your current website.

 

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About the Author: Mike Barnes (21 Posts)

Always taking advantage of the latest Internet Marketing possibilities, Mike Barnes has become recognized for his innovations using Social Media, Text Message Marketing, QR code Marketing and Mobile Website Design and Marketing.