Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category

Smart Ways to Use your Smartphone in Business

Feb 8

Just about everyone is now using a smartphone or mobile phone, and over the years, smartphones are getting significantly “smarter”. We are living in a technology obsessed society and just keeping up with the latest gadgets and innovations is challenging, to say the least. This technology revolution is here to stay and in order to […]

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Do Responsive Websites Give The User A “True Mobile Experience?”

Sep 22

It’s a fact – your business needs a mobile website. According to the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, 85 percent of adults now own a mobile device and nearly 60 percent of them are using it to access the Internet. So the question now arises: Should your website be a responsive one […]

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Does Your Business Benefit From A Mobile Website?

May 20

Many businesses still do not have a mobile optimized website. Having said that, a mobile optimized website is more important for certain types of businesses. Which types of businesses? First, let’s look at the different types of Internet activities people do on their smartphones. Activities like email usage, social networking, playing games, maps and music […]

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Searching on Your Mobile Phone Is Different Than From Searching On Your Desktop PC

Oct 4

By the end of next year 2013, mobile search will bypass desktop search. To put it another way, by next year, your company will more likely be found on a mobile device than on a desktop or laptop. You need to understand mobile search and prepare for it RIGHT NOW. Why? 1) Mobile searchers are […]

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Why Your Small Business Desperately Needs A Mobile Website.

Jul 31

A recent study done by The Pew Internet & American Life Project found that 88 percent of US adults had a cell phone and 55 percent of them use their phone to go online. One out of six or 17 percent of cell phone owners do most of their online browsing on their phone, rather […]

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Did You Know That Americans Now Spend More Time On The Mobile Version Of Facebook Than The Website One?

May 20

Comscore (a global leader in measuring digital analytics) recently released a report that showed that the time spent in Facebook’s mobile site and apps per month (441 minutes), has finally surpassed usage of its classic website (391 minutes). Currently there are 78 million Americans age 18 and older who use Facebook mobile, and they spend […]

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Who Needs A Mobile Website?

Apr 19

There is a lot of data and studies done on mobile adaption. Below are some relevant insights about who is likely to be the “most suitable candidate” for a mobile website. Q. Which companies should launch a mobile-friendly version of their website? A. Companies should look at their website analytics for the percentage of traffic […]

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Increasing Use Of The Tablet For Online Shopping

Mar 6

The mobilization of websites and the development of mobile apps have proven to be a good thing for retailers, but things have changed since the launch of the iPad. Increasingly, tablets are becoming the the favorite choice for online shoppers on the go. A recent survey done by the E-tailing Group found that 68% of […]

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The Characteristics of a Good Mobile Website

Feb 14

Mobile websites are becoming more and more a way of life, and a business without a mobile website is losing out. Today customers are getting into the habit of hunting down businesses when they are on the move, looking for directions, contacts, price-checks and even doing product comparisons. A mobile website is completely different from […]

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Some Great Ways To Keep Your Facebook Fans Following You

Jan 13

Currently Facebook has over 800 million members, Imagine a tiny percentage of that figure were your customers? And do you interact with those who already Like your page? Below are 7 important ways to keep your page in your followers’ news feeds – and in their minds. a) Ask Questions – Ask a question when […]

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