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Mobile usage

The rise of smart phone usage is revolutionizing the way we access the web. The fast growth of mobile usage creates opportunities for businesses like you.

In 2012, smartphone subscriptions increased 55% in the US to make for 98 million smartphone subscribers. (comScore 2012)

91% of all smart phone users have their phone within armís reach 24/7 Ė (Morgan Stanley, 2012)

Local business search

People are searching for your business on mobile devices. Do you show up? Are you mobile friendly? Take advantage of this fast growing market. We help you get there.

49% of mobile and tablet users conduct local business searches (Localeze/15miles Fifth Annual comScore Local Search Usage Study February 2012)

Over 60% of local searches on a mobile phone result in a phone call. (Google, 2012)

61% of customers who visit a mobile unfriendly site are likely to go to a competitorís site (Karim Temsamani at IABALM 2012 via IAB)

Mobile commerce

Is anyone really shopping on a smart phone? Check out these statistics on mobile commerce. We see a pattern.

More than half of the U.S. smartphone population used their phone to perform retail research while inside a store in 2011 (comScore 2012)

79% of smartphone users use their phones to help with shopping and 74% make a purchase as a result (Google/Ipsos 2010)

Mobile payments are expected to quadruple to $630 billion by 2014 (Juniper Research)

42% of mobile users browsed products, 32% read online reviews, and 23% purchased products on mobile in the last 30 days (Nielsen Smartphone Analytics December 2011)

Mobile marketing

What about using mobile for marketing? Mobile is ideal for creating coupons and text messaging marketing campaigns. Mobile ads are fast on the rise, since mobile has become a bigger market than any kind of print media.

Mobile coupons get 10 times the redemption rate of traditional coupons. (Mobile Marketer, 2012)

On average, it takes 90 minutes to respond to an email, but 90 seconds to respond to a text message (CTIA)

Adults spend more media time on mobile than newspapers and magazines combined (eMarketer December 2011)

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