We are in an era of gadget proliferation, where mobile devices are on the lead. The pattern and method in which people are using voice search on their mobile devices is changing. People are also being inclined towards making use of voice assistants like, Amazon Echo & Google Home devices. Siri is our best buddy, if you are a proud iPhone user. Google once again is a popular choice for voice search on Android devices, whereas Microsoft’s Cortana is an excellent & useful choice for voice searches on the PC & smartphone.
With each and every passing year, the mobile app market is growing faster and there is no looking back to it. Few times back, our focus groups used to be the go-to-source for information and response. Today, things have changed and the rate of mobile users has exceeded that of desktop searches. With mobile customers
Search Engine Optimization seems to be the future of Marketing. To establish SEO or in layman’s term, being searchable is the real deal. Being searchable is the technique, which evolves with changing consumer habits, advancements in technology and user friendly innovations.
2016 marks the year when mobile traffic surpassed desktop traffic, but still many businesses neglected the importance of mobile devices. As a result, they started suffering in terms of profit and popularity as well.
Google confirmed it earlier that they have found more search queries on smartphones than on desktops. Google’s Jerry Dischler recently wrote in a post that “more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries, including the U.S and Japan.”
It was in the year 2015 when Google declared that, it was for the first time ever that Google is witnessing so much searches taking place worldwide on mobile devices. The growth of mobile devices has become undeniable. The steady shift towards mobile over the past few years
If you want your business to capture the lucrative mobile search market, it is necessary to optimize your website for mobile users as well. Mobile search is a constantly growing segment and it has its own rules and limitations. The rules are different than that of traditional desktop search.
When we start talking about mobile search, the first and foremost thing that appears in our mind is location, location and location. Mobile devices bring in loads of opportunities to target consumers who may otherwise have been hard to reach.
Recently, Google announced the introduction of AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages project, a new open source platform aiming to drastically improve the performance of mobile web. Emergence of this open source platform created buzz in the world of SEO practitioners and web marketers, to a great extent.
People in digital community must have heard of Facebook’s 2G Tuesdays. They were established to remind users that today also, a huge portion of the world accesses Internet on 2G connections rather than 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi.