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January 16, 2016
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Why You Need A Mobile Optimized Site Now

Google Rules

Since Google controls much of the world’s search engine searches, they’ve made a significant change on April 21, 2015.

If your website is NOT Mobile Optimized for their viewers using their mobile smart devices such as smartphones or tablets when they do their searches, your website will not show up on their smart devices as Google will now penalized websites that are designed for computer screens.

More than 90%+ plus of SME’s currently DO NOT have a mobile optimized website!

One way to find out if your website is mobile friendly and easy to navigate is to do a mobile friendly test provided by Google by visiting this link below:
Mobile-Friendly Test

Check your website and see if it is mobile friendly:

This test will analyze your URL and report if the page has a mobile-friendly design.

Learn more about the mobile-friendly criteria and how it may affect Google’s search results by reading their blog post.

Most businesses already have their website built in .html back from the 1990’s but Google LOVES WordPress especially for SEO advantages.

If you need one, give us a buzz by calling our office at 1-416-335-4716 between 10AM – 5PM (EST), Mondays – Fridays, and we can help you set one up.

More importantly, if you want to compete and have your customer find you, you truly need a mobile optimized site in addition.

According to Google, more that half (50%+) of the searches are now on mobile devices globally.

If you have watched the video above, you’ll understand why you need a mobile optimized website more than ever.

All we need is your website address (URL).

Here are some fully optimized mobile sites built on the GoMobi cloud platform. It’s a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) system and super easy to use.

You can see the GoMobi Video Tutorials Here.

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Go Mobile Or Missed The Market

November 5, 2013 by admin | Comments Off on Go Mobile Or Missed The Market

Watch and find out what Mary Meeker, Partner at Kleiner Perkins, Google’s Dennis Woodside, President of Americas Operations, and Jason Spero, Head of Americas Mobile Advertising have to say about the future of mobile and what marketers can do to better connect with the mobilized, modern consumer.

October 9, 2012
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Why A Mobile Web Site Is Critical To Your Local Business

Why A Mobile Web Site Is Critical To Your Local Business

Marketers are increasingly using mobile to drive both online and in-store revenue. However, with the bulk of mobile commerce coming in through applications and mobile websites, marketers need to realize that there are key differentiators in how consumers shop on their mobile devices across both platforms.

In a recent report, found that 65 percent of mobile shoppers during the holiday season are repeat consumers. Thirty-five percent of users are first-time mobile buyers. Sixty-eight percent of shoppers in the study were on mobile sites while 32 percent were on apps.

The data points to the mobile Web as attracting a larger amount of users. Moreover, 37 percent of consumers in the study visited either a mobile site or app based on their familiarity with the brand, showing how consumers nowadays expect that their favourite retailers and brands have a mobile presence.

Javelin Research recently found some interesting differences between mobile Web and app shoppers in its “Mobile Payments Hit $20 Billion in 2012″. According to the study, commerce from mobile Web and apps will generate $20.3 billion out of the total mobile commerce market of $20.7 billion. This shows that despite the attention that mobile payments get, the real opportunity for mobile commerce right now still lies in apps and sites.

Per Javelin’s findings, app shoppers make an average of 2.5 transactions and spend $26 monthly. On the Web side, the average shopper made 2.54 purchases with a monthly spend of $37. Small items such as ringtones, paid apps and music attributed to the smaller app spend.

Additionally, the study found that 59 percent of consumers surveyed have used both a mobile app and site to buy.

Interestingly, 27 percent of mobile shoppers only buy through the mobile Web. Fourteen percent of consumers in the study only used apps to shop.

The figures show why it is important for brands to have both a mobile Web site and apps. The app sales most likely represent consumers who only download a few apps from their favourite brands onto their devices. These same users are shopping on the mobile Web though, too.

In order to capture the widest group of users, brands need to develop both mobile Web sites and apps.

Mobile commerce should not be about native apps versus Web apps. It should be about offering the best possible experience to your customers on any mobile device. Retailers need to have a strategy for both options.

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January 26, 2012
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Mobile Websites

Discover Why Your Business Must Have A Mobile Website Today
Considering that most people would rather lose their wallet than misplace their cell phone, it’s fitting that the mobile world is quickly becoming a new hub for businesses. For many of us, our cell phone never leaves our side. It holds a place at the dinner table, is easily accessible in your bag’s front pocket, and often, somehow it even manages to end up sharing your pillow at night. Busy schedules mean people are often on the move and when marketers and companies can’t reach consumers at their computers, on TV, before the previews at the movies, with billboards, or magazine and newspaper ads, they must feel assured that they can still reach them on their cell phones.

Statistics:
Proof you must have an Optimized Mobile website designed for your business.
Fact – “local search volume” is growing exponentially at a whopping 50% each year
In 2009 there were 1 billion local searches
In 2010 there are currently 1.5 billion local searches
In 2011 it is predicted to go to 2.3 billion local searches
2012 is predicted to go to 3.45 billion local searches

The number one access method for local information is the mobile browser with 20.7 million users searching per month. Local searches are growing on mobile devices.

Google’s Director of Emerging Platforms Mike Steib was quoted as saying “Google has seen a 500% growth in local mobile search from 2008 to 2010 and a 67% increase in mobile queries in the last quarter alone.”

If your business is not showing in local searches with a mobile optimized website you are at a distinct disadvantage. 80% of people actually research online before purchasing, even when they ultimately purchase offline.

Mobile Marketing Facts:
There are already 5 billion+ people walking around with mobile phones. That means mobile is already nearly five times bigger than the internet.

91% of Americans keep their cell phone within three feet of them 24/7 and about a third of people with a cell phone would rather be without their wallet than their phone.

Apple just sold over 4 million more iPhones 4S in 3 days of their launch, and Google’s bragging that their customers are activating 550,000+ Android smartphones a day!

More than half of all new internet connections are from mobile “smartphones”

These 5 billion+ cell phone owners… 100 million+ smartphone surfers… are carrying these pocket-size computers around with them around the clock!

By 2014 mobile traffic will be higher than desktop computer traffic.
Over 50% of Facebook traffic is from mobile phones now.
Over 86% of users use their device while watching TV.