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Mobile Marketing Statistics


 Posted 5 months ago More by Temel P.

Content marketers have been following the rising trend of mobile marketing for years, but the rise has come to a point where all marketers can no longer ignore it. Optimizing for mobile devices and creating a mobile marketing strategy, if you have not done so before, will be the two actions you will have to do in 2018, no excuse. More than 36% of mobile subscribers use iPhones or iPads to read emails and 34% of their subscribers use only mobile devices to read emails. 80% of Internet users are using smartphones. This number will continue to increase with numerous mobile phone services that offer free smartphones with contracts, which is good news for companies with a mobile marketing strategy. 48% of consumers start a mobile search with a search engine That's why you want to produce valuable content that makes it easy for buyers to find it online. 33% of consumers are starting mobile research with a branded website. That's why you want to produce valuable content to make your brand competent in the niche. (Did you start to model a model in your mind?) 26% of consumers start mobile research with a branded application. Despite the explosion of mobile apps in the last few years, consumers are relying on search engines the most when they search for a product or service. 89% of mobile media time is spent while the other 11% is spent on web sites. Consumers may prefer to do research elsewhere, but they want to consume media through an application. Give your app a great experience for people and manage your marketing on the web. The highest shopping cart add-ons on e-commerce sites are 8.58% for tablets. If you are an online retailer, you should pay close attention to the design and user experience of your tablet's tablet version. Since then, more than 50% of smartphone users are grabbing smartphones. I will admit, I am in 50% of the time it wakes up and wakes up the phone. This is one of the reasons why e-mail marketing continues to be very valuable. People are addicted to their smartphones, and when someone subscribes to your newsletter, they rarely allow you to communicate directly with their devices they leave their hands. Smart companies understand this concept and do not miss them by sending spam e-mails without losing their confidence. The percentage of companies optimizing email for mobile devices increased by 22% in 2014. Businesses are noticing. Sending email without an open mobile strategy will leave you behind! One of the two most popular ways that companies optimize mobile devices is to use a simple template for all devices (52%) and create a mobile response email template (2. 39%). Emails for mobile are the least that can be optimized. Smart businesses optimize their emails everywhere to build more leads and drive conversions. Mobile marketing has been integrated into the overall marketing strategy in 68% of companies. All of the data show that mobile marketing is profitable and should not be neglected. 71% of marketers believe that mobile marketing is the essence of their business. For many of our technology customers, mobile marketing is a priority and has shown a high return on investment. 58% of the surveyed companies have a dedicated mobile marketing team. If you own the resources, it makes sense to create a team that specializes in mobile marketing to get the most out of your marketing efforts. Google says it is unlikely that 61% of users will return to a mobile site where access is difficult, and that 40% of the site visits a competing site. Can users of your company's website be mobile experiences? You do not just turn down potential customers, but you're sending them directly to your competitors, providing a better mobile experience. Pinterest's most mobile social network and 64% of the directed traffic comes from smartphones or tablets. Facebook and Twitter get all the attention, but the companies targeting mobile users
Content marketers have been following the rising trend of mobile marketing for years, but the rise has come to a point where all marketers can no longer ignore it.

Optimizing for mobile devices and creating a mobile marketing strategy, if you have not done so before, will be the two actions you will have to do in 2018, no excuse.

More than 36% of mobile subscribers use iPhones or iPads to read emails and 34% of their subscribers use only mobile devices to read emails.

80% of Internet users are using smartphones.
This number will continue to increase with numerous mobile phone services that offer free smartphones with contracts, which is good news for companies with a mobile marketing strategy.

48% of consumers start a mobile search with a search engine
That's why you want to produce valuable content that makes it easy for buyers to find it online.

33% of consumers are starting mobile research with a branded website.
That's why you want to produce valuable content to make your brand competent in the niche. (Did you start to model a model in your mind?)

26% of consumers start mobile research with a branded application.
Despite the explosion of mobile apps in the last few years, consumers are relying on search engines the most when they search for a product or service.

89% of mobile media time is spent while the other 11% is spent on web sites.
Consumers may prefer to do research elsewhere, but they want to consume media through an application. Give your app a great experience for people and manage your marketing on the web.

The highest shopping cart add-ons on e-commerce sites are 8.58% for tablets.
If you are an online retailer, you should pay close attention to the design and user experience of your tablet's tablet version.

Since then, more than 50% of smartphone users are grabbing smartphones.
I will admit, I am in 50% of the time it wakes up and wakes up the phone. This is one of the reasons why e-mail marketing continues to be very valuable. People are addicted to their smartphones, and when someone subscribes to your newsletter, they rarely allow you to communicate directly with their devices they leave their hands.

Smart companies understand this concept and do not miss them by sending spam e-mails without losing their confidence.

The percentage of companies optimizing email for mobile devices increased by 22% in 2014.
Businesses are noticing. Sending email without an open mobile strategy will leave you behind!

One of the two most popular ways that companies optimize mobile devices is to use a simple template for all devices (52%) and create a mobile response email template (2. 39%).
Emails for mobile are the least that can be optimized. Smart businesses optimize their emails everywhere to build more leads and drive conversions.

Mobile marketing has been integrated into the overall marketing strategy in 68% of companies.
All of the data show that mobile marketing is profitable and should not be neglected.

71% of marketers believe that mobile marketing is the essence of their business.
For many of our technology customers, mobile marketing is a priority and has shown a high return on investment.

58% of the surveyed companies have a dedicated mobile marketing team.
If you own the resources, it makes sense to create a team that specializes in mobile marketing to get the most out of your marketing efforts.

Google says it is unlikely that 61% of users will return to a mobile site where access is difficult, and that 40% of the site visits a competing site.
Can users of your company's website be mobile experiences? You do not just turn down potential customers, but you're sending them directly to your competitors, providing a better mobile experience.

Pinterest's most mobile social network and 64% of the directed traffic comes from smartphones or tablets.
Facebook and Twitter get all the attention, but the companies targeting mobile users
Temel P.

Turkey

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 377 | Followers: 102 | Joined SFI: May 18, 2015

 Posted 5 months ago 1 Reply

Hi Temel! Thank you for bringing these interesting statistics data here in Forum. I am sure that many of our colleague affiliates will find it very useful ! Aim High, Dream Big !!! Best regards !
Hi Temel!

Thank you for bringing these interesting statistics data here in Forum. I am sure that many of our colleague affiliates will find it very useful !

Aim High, Dream Big !!!


Best regards !
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Sead Š.

Bosnia And Herzegovina

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Posts: 4,367 | Followers: 871 | Joined SFI: Jun 5, 2016

 Posted 5 months ago 1 Reply

Interesting content Temel :smiley: I spend most of my time on smartphones checking email and social media. :iphone: Mobile use is on the rise, which means more and more companies are starting to advertise there. Thanks for sharing with us :relaxed: Have a nice day.
Interesting content Temel

I spend most of my time on smartphones checking email and social media.

Mobile use is on the rise, which means more and more companies are starting to advertise there.
Thanks for sharing with us

Have a nice day.
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Elizabeta P.

Macedonia

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Guru Rank: #19
 
Posts: 1,917 | Followers: 899 | Joined SFI: Sep 10, 2015

 Posted 5 months ago More by Temel P.

[quote=1444996]Hi Temel! Thank you for bringing these interesting statistics data here in Forum. I am sure that many of our colleague affiliates will find it very useful ! Aim High, Dream Big !!! Best regards ! [/quote] Thankd dear Sead for your comment, have a nice weekend :-)
Sead Š. posted:
Hi Temel!

Thank you for bringing these interesting statistics data here in Forum. I am sure that many of our colleague affiliates will find it very useful !

Aim High, Dream Big !!!


Best regards !

Thankd dear Sead for your comment, have a nice weekend :-)
Temel P.

Turkey

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 377 | Followers: 102 | Joined SFI: May 18, 2015

 Posted 5 months ago More by Temel P.

[quote=1444997]Interesting content Temel :smiley: I spend most of my time on smartphones checking email and social media. :iphone: Mobile use is on the rise, which means more and more companies are starting to advertise there. Thanks for sharing with us :relaxed: Have a nice day.[/quote] Thankd dear Elizabeta for your kind reply, have a nice weekend :-)
Elizabeta P. posted:
Interesting content Temel

I spend most of my time on smartphones checking email and social media.

Mobile use is on the rise, which means more and more companies are starting to advertise there.
Thanks for sharing with us

Have a nice day.

Thankd dear Elizabeta for your kind reply, have a nice weekend :-)
Temel P.

Turkey

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 377 | Followers: 102 | Joined SFI: May 18, 2015

 Posted 5 months ago 1 Reply

Yeah that's right. The web of yesterday gave us immediate gratification BUT we had to have a computer and an internet connection. The new web comes to us. Wirelessly in our hands through smart phones and GPS devices geographically positioned to where you are in right this minute. What is happening now is the biggest marketing breathrough since the invention of the printing press.
Yeah that's right. The web of yesterday gave us immediate gratification BUT we had to have a computer and an internet connection. The new web comes to us. Wirelessly in our hands through smart phones and GPS devices geographically positioned to where you are in right this minute. What is happening now is the biggest marketing breathrough since the invention of the printing press.

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btrust *.

Indonesia

E365 Country Champion
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Posts: 464 | Followers: 122 | 6th year with SFI

 Posted 5 months ago More by Temel P.

[quote=1445116]Yeah that's right. The web of yesterday gave us immediate gratification BUT we had to have a computer and an internet connection. The new web comes to us. Wirelessly in our hands through smart phones and GPS devices geographically positioned to where you are in right this minute. What is happening now is the biggest marketing breathrough since the invention of the printing press. [/quote] Thanks dear Brust for your kind reply, have a nice weekend :-)
btrust *. posted:
Yeah that's right. The web of yesterday gave us immediate gratification BUT we had to have a computer and an internet connection. The new web comes to us. Wirelessly in our hands through smart phones and GPS devices geographically positioned to where you are in right this minute. What is happening now is the biggest marketing breathrough since the invention of the printing press.


Thanks dear Brust for your kind reply, have a nice weekend :-)
Temel P.

Turkey

E365 Champion
 
Posts: 377 | Followers: 102 | Joined SFI: May 18, 2015

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