Since 2009, mobile browsing has seen an increase of over 1,000%. That’s huge. With this increase comes a new platform for businesses to reach clients: the mobile website.
Let’s be honest: we all know how annoying it can be to visit a website on an iPhone or Blackberry without mobile accessibility. We’ve all tried twisting our phones around, pinching and squeezing and scrolling to try and view the page in the best way possible, and probably even giving up… vowing to try again from a computer but never actually revisiting the site. Why would you want to do that to your clients?
With more than 25% of mobile users accessing the web from their devices at least once a day why wouldn’t you want to jump on the mobile bandwagon? Optimizing your site for mobile access can generate almost twice the average traffic per user than sites without mobile optimization while also boosting sales and increasing customer engagement. Lucky for you Face3 Media can not only create a mobile site for your company, but even design an app. (Check out the suite of services here: www.face3media.com/services)
Consider some of the advantages to having a mobile friendly website:
1. Total accessibility.
There are so many devices out there these days, all around the world… Imagine giving your audience the ability to buy your services and follow your company from anywhere, anytime.
2. A larger reach.
The number of mobile users increases every day. Why not offer accessibility to those on the go?
3. Unique features and content.
Web sites and mobile sites aren’t the same. They’re just not. Surpass the competition with innovative mobile offerings.
4. Cutting-edge tactics, tools and techniques.
Accessing the web from a phone or tablet is completely different than from a computer. Tapping and touching and dragging replace pointing and clicking. Your mobile site should create a memorable, unique experience for your users.
Potential customers are spending more and more time on their phones than computers. Mobile browsing isn’t just a passing trend; it’s here to stay and it’s changing the internet as we know it. If you haven’t already optimized your company’s site for mobile access then now is the time. Go mobile.
(And to really get the big picture, check out this infograph.)