How mobile friendly is your business?

Over the last 12 months I have had the pleasure of interviewing some great guest experts on my weekly podcast – the Ambitious Social MediaEntrepreneur Show, including a number of people who are experts in the field of mobile technologies. In particular, people who help you prepare your business so that you can be found on mobile devices, such as iPhones, iPad and tablets to name a few.

Whether you realise it or not – the entire world is moving to experience and access the web via mobile devices, and this is also how people are now accessing Facebook.

In fact, my eldest daughter just upgraded her mobile to the latest iPhone and now hardly uses a computer to access her Facebook profile. She does everything from her iPhone.

If you’re still on the fence about whether you should be taking the necessary steps to make your business become mobile-friendly have a look at this Infographic.

It shows some very strong reasons about why you should start thinking about Facebook from a mobile perspective and how this shift can affect your business.

Let me know what you think! Are you convinced?

 

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  • http://sandiegobusinessprinting.wordpress.com richard

    I see today that sales of desktop computers declined for the first time ever. One would have to be absolutely nuts not to be going mobile!

  • http://www.skichaletmeribel.com/ Mottaret

    There is a great shift to mobile, but something to bear in mind is that screen resolutions have also changed drastically on mobile devices. The iPhone has 960px width which in some ways negates the need to ‘think mobile’ for standard web traffic. Usage through ‘apps’ is where some thought is needed about how your content is accessed.

    • http://www.annemariecross.com Cross, Authority in Influence & Impact, Business Coach – Melbourne

      Great points – always important to be mindful of changes and advancements. In some cases it can almost seem like a full-time job!

  • http://www.vitebmobileapps.com Mobile Application Development Company

    Hi Annemarie,

    You have done a great job, With the launch of various smartphones and tablets, many people have switched their business on mobile and facebook has being playing a vital role in expanding the business. According to one recent survey a 60% increased in business is achieved through facebook. Facebook has really changed the concept of business expansions in the recent trends.