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Think You Don’t Need A Mobile Marketing Strategy?

Many business owners still think they don’t need a mobile marketing strategy

Our friends over at SlickText have created one of the most comprehensive infographics showing the opportunities a mobile marketing strategy creates.

32 reasons to have a mobile marketing strategy:


  1.  In 2014, mobile internet usage will overtake desktop internet usage
  2.  Adults spend more time on mobile media than they do on newspapers and magazines combined
  3.  91% of adults have their mobile phone within arm’s reach 24/7
  4.  81% of U.S. cell users will have smartphones by 2015
  5.  75% of mobile users use their mobile device for shopping
  6.  The global mobile market will grow from $3.4 billion in 2010, to $22 billion in 2016
  7.  Close to a billion smartphones are predicted to sell in 2013
  8.  53% of American consumers use their smartphones to access search engines at least once a day
  9.  Four out of five consumers use smartphones to shop
  10.  Over 75% of mobile users respond to mobile-optimized sites when making purchases
  11.  79% of small businesses feel that mobile sites boost customer engagement
  12.  Tablets are to outsell PCs and laptops in 2013
  13.  64% of smartphone owners are now using their mobile devices to shop online
  14.  75% of Americans bring their phones to the bathroom
  15.  $22 billion is being spent on mobile advertising in 2012, compared to only $3 billion in 2010
  16.  52% of smartphone users prefer receiving offers on their mobile device
  17.  70% of Americans would like to receive exclusive specials right on their mobile devices
  18.  Mobile ad spend has quadrupled since 2009 and is expected to keep growing at the same pace for the next 2 years
  19.  40% of marketers are using mobile coupons
  20.  95% of text message coupons are opened within the first 5 minutes
  21.  22% of mobile coupons are shared with at least one friend
  22.  Text marketing coupons are 10 times more likely to be shared than magazine and newspaper coupons
  23.  Mobile search queries have grown five times in the past two years
  24.  52% of all local searches are done from a mobile device
  25.  95% of mobile users use their devices for local search
  26.  Nine out of ten mobile phone searches result in a purchase or visit
  27.  Three out of every five searches are conducted on a mobile device
  28.  50% of travel or restaurant mobile queries result in a purchase
  29.  52% of adult mobile phone owners use their devices while in a store to get help with purchasing decisions
  30.  99% of smartphone owners use their mobile browser at least once a day
  31.  71% of mobile browsers expect web pages to load almost as quickly as or faster than web pages on their desktop computers
  32.  74% of consumers will wait 5 seconds for a web page to load on their mobile device before abandoning the site 


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2 replies
  1. mobile marketing
    mobile marketing says:

    Be sure to advertise your mobile marketing options via other communication channels such as social media sites, print campaigns and your web site. With the tremendous volume of mobile applications and trends available to customers, directing them to your mobile options may be the difference between them signing up and not knowing it is an option.

  2. Keeley
    Keeley says:

    I write a comment when I especially enjoy a post on a website or I have something to valuable to contribute to thhe conversation. Usually it’s caused by the sincerness communicated in the post I looked at.
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