Google first announced back in 2015 that mobile searches in 10 countries, including the U.S., officially out-numbered traditional Google searches on desktops. As a result, mobile commerce (called m-commerce) has been a growing force. And businesses, large and small, followed suit.
Now, in the year 2017, having a website that isn’t mobile-friendly means kissing leads and customers goodbye. In order to stay competitive in the current market, businesses need to create user-friendly purchasing journeys and tailor user engagement based on what device is being used. If a certain company doesn’t follow this golden rule, then its competitor will, while taking customers with it.
Not only are people using their smartphones and tablets to browse the Internet, but they’re commonly on apps. In 2015, Yahoo developers put out a report showing that 90 percent of people’s time spent on their mobile device is spent utilizing apps.
While it’s necessary to make sure your company’s website is mobile-friendly, it’s equally important to ask your team if your business could benefit from a mobile app.
Hello Bloominari fans! It’s Amanda and I’m back with some more knowledge bombs from SXSW 2017. Today I’m sharing the best tips straight from video powerhouse Soulpancake and I can’t to get you started on making vertical videos.
SXSW brought together Soulpancake, a Pretty Little Liar, and go90 by Verizon to dish on what’s new in mobile and vertical storytelling. Before jumping into the panel attendees were treated to a pair of new headphones and an intimate previewing of Soulpancake’s new vertical video series.
After the viewing the panel settled in and schooled us on mobile storytelling. Below I share everything you need to know about mobile storytelling.
Now that you understand a bit about mobile marketing, it’s time to go deeper. Use what you learned about mobile marketing and make it work for your brand.
Mobile marketing is an evolving game. Every new advance in technology and each new trend adds another layer of complexity to successful mobile marketing. Now that you’ve gained a basic understanding of how mobile marketing works, it’s time to start making it work for your brand to maximum effect.
Are you paying enough attention to mobile with your marketing efforts?
Mobile technology is more popular than ever, and marketers need to know how to approach mobile if they want their companies to remain competitive. Every business—no matter how big or small—must understand mobile marketing to have a solid foothold in the mobile realm of the digital age. Mobile marketing is designed to reach customers on the smartphones and mobile devices that they carry on the go.
Let's highlight what's happening in today's Internet marketing world, and how it may affect and benefit your small business marketing.
In this post we'll take a look at the following news:
Google announced that their Mobile Update went live, as promised, on April 21st. Those of us watching at that time were left ...well disillusioned with the lack of a dramatic or even in some case a noticeable change in mobile traffic.