Sunday, November 19, 2017

Local, Social, and Mobile Solutions for Your Business

Sources

Here I've listed all the articles I used for statistical sources. They are in no particular order. I also will add any articles with relevant or interesting information.

 

In US, Smartphones Now Majority of New Cellphone Purchases

Smartphones continue to grow in popularity. According to Nielsen’s May survey of mobile consumers in the U.S., 38 percent now own smartphones. And 55 percent of those who purchased a new handset in the past three months reported buying a smartphone instead of a feature phone, up from 34 percent just a year ago. Read More...

Google: 50 Percent Of Those Exposed To Mobile Ads Took Action

Google today released findings of a smartphone-user study that the company did with Ipsos OTX at the end of 2010. The sample consisted of 5,000 US adults who owned a smartphone and accessed the mobile internet. Most of the findings reinforce other studies that show how widely people now rely on smartphones across a spectrum of interests and needs. Read More...

Internet usage and links

Internet usage and links to Bermuda, Canada, Greenland, Saint Pierre et Miquelon, and the United States of America. Read More...

How people learn about their local community

While local TV news remains the most popular source for local information in America, adults rely on it primarily for just three subjects—weather, breaking news and to a lesser extent traffic. Read More...

What NOT To Do On Local Business Websites

There’s lots of advice out there for what to do in optimizing websites for local businesses, yet day after day, we see some of the same bad practices continue to be perpetuated in bad web designs. So, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, here’s a reminder of some basic things NOT to do if you want your local business site to perform well with search engines and consumers. Read More...

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