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"Organizations are realizing the importance of mobile strategies"

Cathal McGloinvice president, Mobile Platforms, Red Hat

The advent of the smartphone has changed the landscape of how we consume information and learn more about businesses.  Where the Internet has globalized information, the smartphone has integrated it into our daily lives.

It has been forecasted that 95.1 million Americans ages 14 and older, or 51.2% of digital buyers, will make at least one purchase via a smartphone in 2017.  Also, it has been estimated $75.51 billion, or 50.0% of all retail ecommerce sales, will be done on smartphones. That's up from 48% in 2016.

Why Mobile is more important than ever to your business

FACT: There Are Millions Upon Millions Of Local Businesses, A Vast Majority That Have NO IDEA That They Are Facing The BIGGEST Problem With Their Websites, A Problem So Pervasive That It Is Potentially Having A Devastatingly Negative Impact On Their Search Engine Rankings, Number Of Website Visitors, Sales, Revenues, Profits, Opt-Ins And Much More...

FACT: With AT LEAST 62% Of All Local Searches Now Being Done On A Mobile Device, A Percentage That Is Only Expected, Actually Predicted, To Continue To Increase For The Foreseeable Future, Getting This HUGE Problem IMMEDIATELY Fixed IS Priority #1 For ALL Of Them IF They Are Interested In Significantly Improving Their Sales, Revenues And Bottom-Line Profits,

Which We Are Very Confident They Are

1. There are 3.65 billion unique global mobile users
2. 80% of internet users own a smart phone
3. 80% of Internet users use smartphones to search the Web
4. 67.2% of consumers use a smartphone to check their email
5. Mobile represents 54%  of all email opens, webmail 29% and  desktop 22%
6. Mobile email opens have grown by 180% in the last three years
7. Mobile generated 39% of unique email clicks.
8. Online video viewing on mobile devices has surpassed desktop viewing (Jan 2016)

Google & Mobile what it means for your business

Want to know what is thinking and how it affects your business? the following is direct from Google: In our constantly connected world, consumers rely on smartphones more than ever to help them shop for products and services. Google partnered with Nielsen to better understand consumers' mobile habits in the shopping process - from research to purchase. Using surveys and metered data, we uncovered five key findings:

  1. consumers are spending time researching on their smartphones (15+ hours a week)
  2. their research starts with a search engine (vs. a mobile site or app)
  3. proximity is important (69% expect businesses to be within five miles of their location)
  4. immediacy is key (more than half want to purchase within the hour)
  5. mobile influences their purchase decisions (93% go on to buy)

THEY (Google) are the "deciders" of where you rank on their search engine (#1 in the USA) so you might want to pay attention to what they have to say!


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What is Forbes magazine saying about Mobile Technologies becoming a Growth Engine for small and medium businesses?

 The top 25% of small & medium enterprises (SMB's) are seeing two times the revenue growth and up to eight times the number of jobs created based on their adoption of mobile technologies.

 SMB's that lead their industries in mobile adoption are also seeing up to 50% of all web searches for their businesses start on mobile devices.

 Consumers worldwide value mobile technologies at 11% to 45% of their incomes. The majority are willing to give up luxuries for a year in order to keep their mobile phones. read more


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