Reach out to your audience on the Go! to improve conversion and lead generation using Mobile Ads
Smartphone users form a growing proportion of the population on internet and it would be a grave mistake to ignore them. With Mobile Ads, you can see your ads featured on Google searches done through smartphones on content websites, videos and mobile apps.
Why Focus On A Mobile Strategy?
- Improve Conversion
Online customers switch between devices while looking to make an online transaction. It is important that you do not lose track of them when they switch from a desktop or laptop to a smartphone.
- Engage Customers on-the-go
A good proportion of online sales is driven through customers who are searching for products while they are on the go. It is therefore inevitable for a business to have an equally strong presence on the mobile.
- Drive Traffic to your Brick and Mortar Stores
If you are a brick and mortar store, you too can look forward to drive sales to your store by targeting Mobile Ads on the most relevant customers. For instance, a pizza outlet can leverage the Mobile Ads platform to reach a customer on a move when he is in a 1 mile radius from your pizza outlet.
- Search Giants care..so you should
Search giants, Google & Bing, take into account the mobile friendliness of the website while ranking content on search engines. So if you want to continue to have a higher ranking or maintain your current rankings on search engines, mobile optimization is a must.
How Can You Make Mobile Ads More Effective?
To make mobile Ads more effective, it is inevitable to have a mobile-friendly website – a website that can make mobile browsing easy! A good browsing experience is important to achieve a high ROI on mobile Ads. So not just a mobile Ad campaign, a mobile-friendly website is equally important to get the full benefits of running a Mobile Marketing campaign.
Here Are Some Interesting Statistics About Mobile Users Worldwide:
- 17.4% of Global Web Traffic Comes Through Mobile (Source: Mashable)
- Americans spend more time on mobile phones than TV which is about 150 min. per day. (Source: AdAge)
- U.S. mobile ad spending is projected to hit $11.8 billion in 2014
- There was a 75% growth in U.S. mobile Ad spending for 2013
- Before year’s end (2014), mobile ads will account for more than 50% of Facebook’s revenue; Google’s projected mobile ad revenue is $4 billion
- In 2013, there were 123.1 million U.S. tablet users (projected 143.2 million in 2014)
- Smartphone Users Worldwide Will Total 1.75 Billion in 2014 (Source: emarketer)
- U.S. unique visitors who access Facebook via mobile device: 110 million (Source: AdAge)
- Average minutes a day adults spend using mobile devices: 141 (Source: AdAge)
- Total spending on mobile advertising will soar from roughly $8.5 billion this year to more than $31.1 billion in 2017 (Source: MarketingCharts)
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