Did that headline get your attention? It should. Yesmail has providing an extensive benchmark report from the last quarter of 2015 that reveals just how impactful mobile behavior is having on the email industry.
Increasing mobile revenue numbers over the past year speak for themselves. While desktop still brings in larger purchase numbers, it’s no secret that consumers are becoming increasingly more comfortable making purchases via mobile devices, and new data from Yesmail backs this up even more.
Brands today have no excuse for putting off responsive design, yet despite its demonstrated benefits and the serious implications that non-responsive campaigns can have on a brand’s bottom line, only 17% of marketers implement it in all of their emails.
Key findings from Yesmail’s Benchmark Report include:
- Mobile average order value (AOV) is growing faster than desktop AOV. Desktop grew by 13% YoY while mobile grew by 15% over the same period
- YoY desktop average order value (AOV) grew by $15.50 while mobile grew by $13.40
- Desktop click-to-open (CTO) has decreased by 29% over the last two years while mobile CTO has increased by 26% over the last two years
The trend is absolutely clear – and companies are leaving more money on the table every day that they ignore the impact of having a mobile experience from the email open through the conversion.
Download Yesmail‘s new report on the impact of mobile on email.
Jumpshot studied anonymous consumer actions on mobile and desktop devices within 500 eCommerce sites and marketplaces in Q2 2018, analyzing visits and transactions for different brand categories acros