Infographic: How Mobile is Changing Business

More people are shopping on mobile devices than ever before. Is your business prepared to satisfy these mobile bound customers?

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Facts and Stats To Tweet:

  1. In 2013, mobile phones will overtake desktops as the most commonly used device to access the web. »tweet«
  2. The % of purchases made from mobile devices on Black Friday 2012 increased 40% compared to 2011. »tweet«
  3. PayPal reported that Black Friday 2012 mobile payment volume increased 190% compared to 2011. »tweet«
  4. 166% more people shopped via mobile devices on Black Friday 2012 compared to 2011. »tweet«
  5. Most consumers wait about 5 seconds for a website to load on their mobile device compared to 3 seconds for most desktop consumers. »tweet«
  6. One study found that the mention of a location or city name in a mobile ad can improve click-through rates by 200%. »tweet«

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  1. Great infographic. You guys always hook me up with good stuff. I am not a client (yet) but always appreciate the insight and enjoy sharing your stuff.

  2. There is a copy editing error in the infographic. Hint: “CTR of mobile ads W/O location.”

  3. Great stats and Infographic. Mobile is certainly the future of web and online marketing. People are looking to get information on the go. With the advent of major brands and them offering highly configured mobiles and tablets at very affordable price, people in all the countries are able to adapt to the trend. This will certainly lead to increase in mobile users and hence the usage of internet on the mobile devices.

  4. You guys sure do posts a lot of good stuff. This just proves that businesses should consider including mobile into their market. With millions of people using smart phones (and still increasing), it’s a good way of reaching out to people and increase your profit.

  5. Clean and nice infographic. Thanks for creating it – I just pinned it.

  6. Very informative infographic – I’m actually surprised desktops still have such a strong presence!

    • Same here! I think the largest chunk of bandwidth is biased toward desktops because people are downloading movies and big applications (Adobe Creative Suite, et al) that people typically aren’t doing on their mobile device.

  7. awesome infographics. :)
    I just loved it. And nice information provided in it.

  8. Explanation is simply brilliant. Thanks for such a nice post.

  9. Hey !
    Great article. Very important information you have shared with us.
    Keep updating us.
    Thanks.
    Brian

  10. Awesome! Thanks for this infographic! #justpinned

  11. Very interesting post. But it is plenty to do, if you want to optimize the websites for mobile

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