(via Business Insider)
A substantial minority of the largest U.S. companies do not have a mobile or mobile-compatible website, even as consumer usage makes a dramatic shift away from the desktop PC, and mobile accounts for 26% of search traffic globally.
According to a recent study from Pure Oxygen Labs, 44% of the Fortune 100 have no mobile content strategy.
Only 56% served mobile-optimized content: 45% had dedicated mobile sites, while 11% deployed responsive design.
This is important because Google is revising its rankings to favor sites that are optimized for mobile, placing a renewed… Continue reading
Mobiles becoming dominant for banks
The growing love affair smartphone-toting Kiwis have with mobile banking is starting to push the desktop PC into second place. ASB is the first bank to reach a “tipping point” where more than half of all customers’ online sessions are now taking place on mobile devices.
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