Recently, the mobile vs desktop conversion rate conversation has been a hot topic, so be on the lookout for more blog posts covering mobile Italy Phone Number conversion coming soon! In the past, we have recently received messages such as this via Facebook. It read like this… I see a lot more leads coming from mobile than from desktop. Does this mean that something is wrong with my website on the computer side? The answer is most likely… No. There are variables in Google Ads that can factor into higher or lower mobile conversion rates. For example, mobile bids can be adjusted up or down for better ad positions, driving more traffic and leads. Or, the Google Ads click-to-call button will record conversions that aren’t an option in the desktop category.
Reasons Why More Leads
Over the past year, the traffic and leads our Carrot members have generated through our inbound online marketing platform for real estate investors has fluctuated monthly during Covid. So with the abundant data we have over 1,000,000 monthly visitors (prospects of motivated home sellers, cash buyers, ticket sellers, private lenders, renters with option to buy, etc.), we have the chance to see a lot of cool stuff that no one else in this whole industry is lucky enough to have access to. According to research by perficient.com, “Globally, 68.1% of all website visits in 2020 came from mobile devices, up from 63.3% in 2019.”
Mobile Seo Improvement
You read correctly. Mobile users dominate website visits by device. This includes tablets and smartphones. We reduce that risk… Carrot websites are ALWAYS optimized for mobile. According to Google, 61% of users are unlikely to return to a mobile site they had trouble accessing and 40% visit a competitor’s site instead. When it comes to search engine optimization, we are all slaves to Google whether we like it or not. If Google wants it, we do it. Whether it’s link building or content marketing, if Google recommends it, we usually do. According to Google, webmasters are recommended to design their sites responsively, but if that’s not an option, they’d rather have your company create a separate HTML website for mobile users.