Tempe, Arizona (PressExposure) January 13, 2010 -- 1. Google has two indexes, one for computer content and one for mobile content.
2. Your regular website is not going to cut it. There is a fundamental design difference between a regular website and a mobile website. (see http://www.webtrafficgurus.com for example) On a mobile phone, there is a very limited amount of screen space. If you have ever had to side scroll to view something on a website, you realize how much of an inconvenience it is. This is magnified on a mobile device.
3. 1/4 of Americans access the mobile web each day.
4. http://www.webtrafficgurus.com predicts that Mobile web will overtake the desktop within 4 years. Not only will the mobile web inevitably overtake the desktop, but also usage and adoption is growing at a much faster rate than the desktop did.In the future, the vast majority of visitors to your website will be on a mobile device.
5. $1.8 billion purchased from mobile devices in 2009. This is likely the most exciting and sought after information about the mobile web. If millions of people are using the mobile web, but they are not buying anything, most commercial websites would not bother establishing a mobile presence. As you can see, purchasing from mobile devices is already in the billions.
6. Mobile advertising spending will surpass $8 billion in 2012. Ad spend is a great indicator for the current status of an industry. If someone is willing to spend their hard earned money putting their products in front of users on the mobile web, you can assume there is a pretty good reason for it. Furthermore, if they continue to spend more year after year, that indicates that the previous years investment paid off. And that is exactly how mobile advertising is trending across the board.
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