How Do Customers Find Your Business On a Mobile Device?
Mobile marketing allows small businesses access to a captive audience in a targeted location. It allows for immediate response, as well as a higher rate of response. (70% of all mobile searches result in action within 1 hour, while 70% of online searches result in action in one month)
These new marketing techniques are changing the definition of marketing forever and the business that embraces this change will be more viable and more relevant in the marketplace.
There are hundreds or thousands of customers searching for your product or services every day. Shouldn’t your site be easily found when your business is close by and has exactly what they are seeking?
How Can Famous WSI Results can help you connect locally to potential mobile customers looking for your product or service?
This is accomplished by several key factors:
We have the knowledge and tools to find the most highly visible keywords customers are using to find your product or service.
Is your Mobile Site Design set up for modern SEO practices? Following traditional on-site SEO is best practice; major keywords in the title tag, H1’s and body text, and keyword-rich anchor text for internal links. While on the website content side, it is important to incorporate relevant keywords in just the right places and amounts to maximize your site’s SEO.
Mobile adaptive search engine optimization (SEO) refers to practices that enhance your site’s visibility in “organic” searches – that is unpaid searches based upon the algorithm used by search engines. The goal of Adaptive SEO is to have your site listed in the right spot when someone is searching for your product or service.
Many searches are done for local businesses in mind. Although WSI is a global company, when working with Famous WSI Results, your business is dealing with a local adaptive search engine optimization expert. Let us help your business get found.
Mobile PPCs (pay per click) Mobile click-through rate (CTR) is roughly five times higher than that of desktop. This data presents a rather compelling argument on why your paid mobile strategy requires separate targeting.
The searcher’s attention span is limited, so make mobile specific ad copy short and sweet. Include clickable phone numbers and/or geo-targeted maps to enhance your CTRs and conversions.
Desktop search may continue to dominate overall search market share, but mobile search is a new frontier with potentially different searcher intent. Merging the two in together, without analyzing the differences could lead to costly mistakes.
To learn more about our proven results with mobile adaptive search engine optimization and what we have to offer call (302) 407-0430 or email info@FamousWSIResults.com
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