If you’ve not heard the term Progressive Web App, it’s a technology that you should be paying attention to. Imagine a world that sits between a typical website and a mobile application. Your company may wish to have a robust, feature rich application that’s more engaging than a website… but would like to forego the expense and complexity of building an application that requires deployed through app stores. What is a Progressive Web Application (PWA)?
Mobile conversion rates represent the percentage of people who opted into using your mobile app/ mobile-optimized website, out of the total number of those who were offered to. This number will tell you how good your mobile campaign is and, with attention to details, what needs to be improved. Many otherwise successful e-commerce retailers see their profits plummet when it comes to mobile users. Shopping cart abandonment rate is ridiculously high for mobile websites, and that is if you’re
Wherever you look, it is clear that mobile technology has become integrated into society. According to Allied Market Research, the global app market size reached $106.27 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $407.31 billion by 2026. The value that an app brings to businesses cannot be understated. As the mobile market continues to grow, the importance of companies engaging their clients with a mobile app will become exponentially higher. Due to the transition of
As mobile native frameworks decrease development time and drive down development costs, mobile applications are becoming a must-have for many companies to drive innovation. Building your own mobile application isn’t at all costly and unwieldy as it was just a couple of years ago. Fueling the industry are app development companies with different specialty center and certifications, all aggressive in building business applications that can positively impact every aspect of your business. How Mobile Apps
In the rush to embrace mobile, it’s easy for businesses to neglect their desktop sites, but most conversions still happen via this method, so it is not advisable to disregard your desktop site completely. The best scenario is to have sites for multiple platforms; after that, it’s a matter of deciding whether you want a standalone mobile site, a responsive site which copies the desktop layout onto mobile, a task-oriented mobile app or a hybrid
Just as every company is now a publisher (or should be) if they wish to have an effective digital strategy, I believe the next phase of growth will be that marketing departments of every company need to be involved in the development of mobile and/or tablet applications. If that doesn’t sound like a reality – I’ll provide an example. We recently designed and developed a mobile application for engineers to use to make a plethora