Does your marketing play well with mobile devices?
Or does your website suffer from what I call TAR? Tap Away Response – Or are you even sure? Well, wouldn’t you like to be sure your visitors can easily see and hear things on their mobile devices?
Consider these three things…
- Mobile traffic is zooming past you, in gigantic numbers, right this minute.
- Google lets everyone know if your website works well on mobile with its ranking algorithms. If it does, you can get attention.
- You gotta grab that attention fast, or you’re stuck in TAR.
So, it’s a good idea to have mobile action content for mobile devices.
Especially if your products or services are what people need when they’re out and about. You know…mobile.
Not just any ol’ mobile content, though. Put on the good stuff. The stuff that makes it super easy for mobile users to like you, call you, and find you. Oh yeah, it helps them know and like you, too. Think of it as your own little elevator pitch. In other words…get to the point.
That’s the kind of stuff I can help you with, if you’re not quite sure what to do. I wanna help you avoid being stuck in TAR. Think about how YOU tap YOUR smartphone or tablet. Let’s say you’re out and about…lookin’ for something you need, right now. You type in or say a keyword, and you land on a site you can’t see or hear or maybe even read. What do YOU do, when that happens?
Yeah…Tap Away. Or swipe. And you’re off to some other site.
Like I said…mobile devices need to serve up mobile action content.
Shorter. Sweeter. To the point! Words, music, audio, and video that jump right into eyes and ears and brains and hearts right away. Then visitors will tend to hang around longer. And when they hang around longer, they’re more likely to take the action you want them to. Like subscribe, join, watch…or even BUY.
It’s a win-win-win. Your audience wins. You win. And yeah, even I win because I helped you out.
So, what do you say? Are you ready to get out of the TAR and get to the point? There’s a lot of fingers pointing at mobile devices right now. Shouldn’t at least some of them be pointing at your business?