Mobile Browsing

  • Feature-Phone Search Crawler Officially Retired by Google

    Smartphones are now quickly becoming the primary means of browsing the internet for many people. They’re convenient and they’re portable so it’s no surprise that a lot more people are accessing the internet through their mobile phones on their downtime. However, in an era forgotten (or never experienced, for that matter), mobile browsing was never really good.

    SEO Hacker Blog- 10 readers -
  • What is Proximity Marketing?

    … message is only sent to the target audience you need at the time you want. Bluetooth – Retail locations can utilize beacons that can connect to your smartphone. Typically there’s a mobile application that enables the technology and permission is requested. You can push content through Bluetooth, serve local websites from WiFi, utilize the beacon…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 17 readers -
  • Investing in Mobile Content Strategy: Time and Money Well Spent

    … of that time spent web browsing. Smartphone users, however, spend less time overall on one site and instead tend to consume their content in short bursts. Why is this? In general, mobile users tend use their devices while they are on the go so they don’t want to spend a lot of time researching or trying to find information. The longer it takes…

    Ivan Serrano/ Relevancein Content- 10 readers -
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