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2014 Mobile Behavior Report Webinar


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Want to build a powerful mobile experience for your customers? Look to the data. We tracked 470 voluntary consumers for a month to see how they used their smartphones and tablets to access the mobile …

Want to build a powerful mobile experience for your customers? Look to the data. We tracked 470 voluntary consumers for a month to see how they used their smartphones and tablets to access the mobile web and mobile apps; we also asked them questions about how they use and view mobile devices in their lives. In this webinar deck, we share the real patterns in mobile behavior that we discovered through this research, as well as users’ own insights. Using this information, brands can begin crafting better experiences for all mobile users.

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  • 1. Welcome Please make sure to take the poll before we get started
  • 2. Your active participation is encouraged Please use the chat function and send to both „Host & Presenter‟ to ask questions
  • 3. Watch your inbox: Presentation will be shared via SlideShare in an email follow-up Webinar Follow-up
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  • 5. Combining mobile device tracking and consumer survey data to build a powerful mobile strategy #etmobile 2014 Mobile Behavior Report
  • 6. Speakers R.J. Talyor Vice President, Mobile @rjtalyor
  • 7. • Key Learnings: Mobile Consumer Behavior Report • Channel Review: Consumer Behavior & Attitudes by Channel • Q&A Agenda
  • 8. Key Learnings Mobile Customer Behavior Report
  • 9. Tracked 470 people from Luth‟s ZQ technology Asked from January 6-14, 2014 Integrated data and survey responses The Mobile Consumer Survey: Objectives & Methodology
  • 10. What is Mobile? • Consumers most frequently associate “mobile” with a smartphone/cell phone • 85% said mobile devices are a central part of everyday life • Consumers spend 3.3 hours a day on their smartphones
  • 11. The Role of Tablets • 73% of smartphone owners also owned a tablet • Ownership by income/age: - 81% own tablet ($75-$100K) - 79% own tablets ($100K+) - 81% own tablets (aged 35-44) • Time spent on devices increased when both were owned
  • 12. 3.1 hrs3.3 hrs Average Hours Per Day Spent on Mobile Device
  • 13. Device BreakdownHours Spent by Device & Income
  • 14. Device BreakdownHours Spent by Device & Age
  • 15. Activities on a Smartphone/Tablet: by Channel & Activity
  • 16. Power Mobile Users: Activities of Smartphone Owners vs. Smartphone & Tablet Owners
  • 17. Mobile Usage by Device Type: Hours in the Day
  • 18. Mobile Usage by Device Type: Day of the Week
  • 19. Device Breakdown Access to content any way that I want it How Consumers Rate Mobile Brand Factors
  • 20. Seamless experience across all my devices How Consumers Rate Mobile Brand Factors
  • 21. Is a technology leader How Consumers Rate Mobile Brand Factors
  • 22. Channel Review Consumer Behavior & Attitudes by Channel
  • 23. Email from Brands
  • 24. Purchase from a Brand’s Email
  • 25. Location Sharing
  • 26. Push Notifications
  • 27. Business-Specific Apps
  • 28. Text Messages
  • 29. Social on Mobile
  • 30. Mobile Optimized Websites
  • 31. Recommendations / Next Steps 1. Segment your mobile strategy for at least three groups: • Smartphone users • Smartphone & tablet users • Feature phone users (if applicable) 2. Match your customers‟ mobile journeys to optimize conversion / ROI • By device and device behavior • By channel • By daypart (morning, afternoon, night) • By day of week 3. Ensure that your mobile strategy delivers “meaningful content” any way they want it.
  • 32. Questions? Please type questions in the chat panel to both the ‘host & presenter'
  • 33. The poll results are in…
  • 34. Download Full Report Text REPORT to 38767
  • 35. Upcoming Webinars: March 27th Advanced Responsive Design Design tips, code and data for better email design Register: April 29th Bridging the Digital Divide The Role of the CMO in the Digital Era
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