How can customers purchase from or find your store on their mobile device of choice? Is your website design optimized for mobile? Is your website optimized? Do you even have a website? Our first mobile consumer infographic is going to wake you up like someone throwing ice cold water on you when you were dead asleep.
We pull from 6 different sources (8 total source materials) for our first Mobile Consumer Infographic: The Connect Consumer is Here, Businesses Get on Board. We will be releasing a mobile themed infographic every other week for the nest 8 weeks, last week being week 1. Our goal is simple: to show you that even though you’re doing a lot right, there is still a lot you’re missing. Maybe you don’t realize that Justin Bieber has 37,999,879 more Twitter followers than you. Maybe you didn’t realize that Dell had sold $6.5 million dollars worth of product through Twitter (before they started to suck). Hell, you’re probably a great owner/CEO, but are you suppose to know how to change a password for an iDevice you never even knew could have a password? So what if your two year old changed it and knows how to change it back…and you don’t. You’re busy running a company. That is where we step in, and where this series of mobile consumer infographics aims to shed a little light. So without further ado…
What do the stats say? [Sneak Peak]
- In the US alone, 1 in 8 pageviews are on a mobile device. 1 in 8. That’s 12.5 percent of your potential customers looking for you online … are you ignoring them?
- The number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the world’s population in 2013
- 80% of user’s time on their mobile device is spent inside an app
New Haircut has heard you, “I know mobile is important, my employees are always on their phone…heck I can text my daughter easier than I can call her.” Well, let us shares some stats with you that will hopefully motivate you to stop ignoring those pesky kids and their stupid smartphones. A website that is designed for mobile consumers is a great start. As this mobile consumer infographic shows, the connected consumer is here. The mobile train is leaving the station…either your business is on board or it gets left behind.
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