How often does an average person check his mobile? An average person spends about one and half hours checking his facebook, whatsapp and browsing other required data.
Mobile industry is growing
Almost majority of the mobile users have smart phones that are being accessed every hour of the day. From visiting social media pages, emails, twitter, browsing through news, send messages or visit websites.
With growing B2B websites, it is quite obvious to have a large number of visitors every second. Every mobile visitor can be a potential customer if the website gives what the visitor needs.
So, as a website, how good are you in giving what the visitor wants?
Smart phones have become ‘everything’ of a user.
Bored to cook at home? Order for any food you like using a online restaurant website that caters to home delivery.
Want to assemble any electronic item, a video tutorial or a step by step process on the website you like guides you about the same.
A smartphone user accesses his mobile for anything and everything. But as a website, how good are you at giving what your customer wants?
- A mobile website is not as a PC website content. A mobile user quickly browses through his needs on a website. The content also needs to be in the par with the customers’ needs.
- A customer cannot hang on for too long for the watch the blurry images convert to clear pictures. The customer will leave the page immediately. So, scale down the size of your images to make it mobile friendly.
- Rethink on the purpose of your page. Why is your website here? A bulky content like about us page or history of the website does not serve the purpose. Your customer might hit back to your competitors’ page. Keep the content crisp and concise.
The advent of Accelerated Mobile Pages aims at Google producing mobile-specific results. The websites need to concentrate on such devices to improve their performance.
More and more people are using mobiles to access websites, make the best of tools and strategies to convert them into potential customers.