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If something like Yo appeals to us so that we can simply let people know we’re thinking about them, but need an app to do it, it says something about our so-called digital life, our dependence on technology and society overall. Perhaps there’s something to the rising trend of digital detox retreats after all.
Unbelievably there are still some people out there who think mobile is a fad and are still not using it to market their business. There are many reasons why mobile is taking the world by storm but here are just 7 that should convince you if you are not already convinced.
Did you know that 20 percent of the time people spend on smartphones is on Facebook and 556 million people log in to Facebook through their mobile devices. What if I told you that every month 927 million hours are spent on Facebook mobile apps and games?
Most people have a mobile device nowadays. They carry phones, tablets, and e-readers everywhere with them and are constantly checking their email and social sites. This huge phase of mobile users is an incredible opportunity for marketers. Making copy for mobile marketing is integral.
With the rapid growth of online shopping, the general consensus is that consumers are less likely to go to physical retail stores and would rather scroll through a website, order products with a click, and have their purchases delivered to their doorstep in five business days or less.
Commuting can take some important time out of your day - but thanks to technologies such as the cloud and mobile devices, we’re now able to take advantage of some great productivity tools to help keep our day going, wherever we are in the world.
As a local business, you may have come across the term SoLoMo. The concept is a fusion of three separate, but equally important, elements of digital marketing: social, local, and mobile. It targets mobile consumers in their current location with content and promotions shared on social networks.
Google recently made a move to improve the user experience of mobile search users. Its a move that we have expected from a Digital Marketing view point since last year – it's just that we simply didn’t know how the move would eventually be made.
Today, mobile technology has become ubiquitous. It has seeped into nearly every aspect of our lives, from the calculated necessities of business to the most intimate parts of our personal relationships. We now use our laptops, smartphones, and tablets for everything from documenting our children’s piano recitals to video-conferencing with international clients.
You might have heard about responsive website design, but not have known much about it or why it’s so popular. Responsive websites use the latest in HTML and CSS coding to create smooth, user-friendly web design. Your designer will then be able to create apps that can be used on any mobile device.