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SearchLove London | Will Critchlow, 'The Threat of Mobile'

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Our focus on responsive websites and our fascination with app store rankings may be blinding us to the real threats and opportunities of the mobile revolution. In particular, as Google continues to ratchet up its mobile-first approach to design and Facebook looks more and more like a mobile channel, what should we be changing in our campaigns and strategies?

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SearchLove London | Will Critchlow, 'The Threat of Mobile'

  1. THE THREAT OF MOBILE
  2. FACEBOOK IS LOSING USERS Source: Benedict Evans
  3. IN FACT NO-ONE IS FARING WELL +0.25% -2% -6% Source: Marketing Charts
  4. EVEN SEARCH VOLUMES ARE DECLINING Source: AJ Kohn
  5. WE’RE DOOMED
  6. THE THREAT OF MOBILE WILL CRITCHLOW - SEARCHLOVE brought to you by...
  7. WHY “THREAT”? ADD MOBILE BACK IN AND ALL’S WELL, SURELY?
  8. IT’S HARD TO GRASP HOW FAST IT’S GROWING
  9. THE IPOD REVOLUTIONISED AN INDUSTRY Source: Business Insider
  10. THE IPHONE MAKES IT LOOK SLOW Source: Business Insider
  11. THEN CAME THE IPAD Source: Business Insider
  12. WOW. ANDROID Source: Business Insider
  13. AND IT KEEPS GOING Source: Business Insider
  14. THE SCALE IS HARD TO GRASP Source: Benedict Evans
  15. FOLLOW: @BenedictEvans
  16. NOT ONLY THAT BUT FOR THE FIRST TIME...
  17. IT’S CANNIBALISING DESKTOP Source: AJ Kohn
  18. … AND CONVERSION RATES SEEM LOW Tablet: 30-75% of desktop Mobile: 15-45% of desktop Source: Distilled
  19. BUT WE STRUGGLE TO MEASURE WELL Source: Google
  20. SO WHAT SHOULD WE DO?
  21. AMAZINGLY, MANY ARE NOT EVEN MOBILE FRIENDLY Source: The Search Agency
  22. BUT THAT’S NOT ENOUGH
  23. EMAIL MARKETING IS MOBILE MARKETING Source: Distilled analytics and MailChimp
  24. CONTENT MARKETING IS MOBILE MARKETING Source: Recent B2B Distilled campaign
  25. IN PART BECAUSE FACEBOOK’S GROWTH IS MOBILE Source: Benedict Evans
  26. WHAT DOES CONTENT MARKETING LOOK LIKE “MOBILE FIRST”?
  27. Don’t build things differently. Build different things.
  28. IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT THE LATEST TECH
  29. THIS IS A CREATIVE PIECE WE MADE
  30. THIS VIEW IS AT LEAST AS IMPORTANT
  31. Quick tip: Right-click → inspect element. Click on mobile icon
  32. You can choose a device and speed filters, try out touch responses and more
  33. LET ME EXPLAIN WITH A COUNTER-EXAMPLE Remember this?
  34. IT WAS MADE IN 2012 So this isn’t so bad
  35. THE ANSWER IS NOT A RESPONSIVE ANIMATION
  36. NO. PROBABLY STILL NOT THE ANSWER
  37. Don’t build things differently. Build different things.
  38. THIS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN IT SEEMS
  39. LET’S LOOK AT A VIRAL LOOP
  40. LOSING 50% MOBILE SHARERS HALVES K
  41. MAY NOT HALVE YOUR TRAFFIC MIGHT LOSE ALMOST ALL OF IT
  42. HOW DO YOU MAKE GREAT THINGS?
  43. MADE TO STICK Simple Unexpected Concrete Credible Emotional Stories
  44. MADE TO STICK Simple Unexpected Concrete Credible Emotional Suitable - for your medium Stories
  45. MADE TO STICK Simple Unexpected Concrete Credible Emotional Suitable - for your medium mobile Stories
  46. IN SHORT ● Less copy ● Lightweight technologies ● Mobile-first user testing
  47. You build different things when you truly think MOBILE FIRST
  48. GOOGLE IDENTIFIED THIS THREAT
  49. AND THE OPPORTUNITY
  50. ALMOST ALL THE MOBILE MONEY GOES TO... Source: emarketer
  51. THERE WILL BE MORE MOBILE SEARCH QUERIES THAN DESKTOP THIS YEAR
  52. MORE THAN HALF GOOGLE’S REVENUE IN 2016? Source: emarketer
  53. SEE SEARCHENGINELAND FOR MORE Source: searchengineland
  54. HERE’S WHAT THEY’RE DOING ABOUT IT
  55. Towards the end of last year we launched some pretty big design improvements for search on mobile Jon Wiley and tablet devices Lead Designer for Google Search - talking on G+
  56. Today we've carried over several of those changes to the desktop experience. Jon Wiley Lead Designer for Google Search - talking on G+
  57. carried over… to the desktop Jon Wiley Lead Designer for Google Search - talking on G+
  58. DR. PETE CALLED IT: Source: moz
  59. MEANWHILE: SNEAK OS ONTO 1BN+ DEVICES Apple, Microsoft
  60. THEN USE IT TO RUN APPS EVERYWHERE EVEN THE DESKTOP
  61. APP STORE SEARCH SUCKS NO REAL LONG-TAIL HARD TO INDEX NO GOOD RANKING FACTORS
  62. MOBILE IS PRE-PAGERANK -- Benedict Evans ben-evans.com
  63. FOLLOW: @BenedictEvans
  64. BUT THERE IS ALL KINDS OF VISIBILITY ON OFFER
  65. (From Justin’s excellent presentation) Source: Slideshare
  66. GET BASIC (ANDROID) APP INDEXING
  67. ENABLE DEEP LINKS <activity android:name="com.example.android.GizmosActivity" android:label="@string/title_gizmos" > <intent-filter android:label="@string/filter_title_viewgizmos"> <action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW" /> <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT" /> <category android:name="android.intent.category.BROWSABLE" /> <!-- Accepts URIs that begin with "example://gizmos” --> <data android:scheme="example" android:host="gizmos" /> <!-- Accepts URIs that begin with "http://www.example.com/gizmos” --> <data android:scheme="http" android:host="www.example.com" android:pathPrefix="gizmos" /> </intent-filter> </activity> Source: Google
  68. ADD REL=ALTERNATE (or Schema or Sitemap) <head> <link rel="alternate" href="android-app://com.example.android/example/gizmos" /> </head> Source: Google
  69. ...the First Click Free experience must be provided even when the app has never been launched nor a user logged in. -- app indexing guidelines
  70. GOOGLE PROVIDES TOOLS TO TEST WITH
  71. MORE ADVANCED: APP INDEXING API AppIndex.AppIndexApi.view(mClient, this, APP_URI, TITLE, WEB_URL, outlinks) Source: Google
  72. WAIT. GOOGLEBOT CRAWLS YOUR APP? Well, no. Not as far as I can tell. Despite what the documentation says.
  73. IT’S USING USERS’ ACTIVITY TO INDEX Which has all kinds of interesting implications for desktop
  74. BUT! THIS ONLY WORKS ON ANDROID
  75. THIS CAN ONLY WORK ON ANDROID
  76. NEITHER PLATFORM EXPOSES INSTALLED APPS TO BROWSERS On Android: Google ties your logged-in search to your Play Store account to know what apps you have installed and serves you a different set of results.
  77. WHAT HAPPENS ON iOS?
  78. CURRENTLY: ONLY SEARCHES TITLES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF APPS Source: MobileDevHQ
  79. COMING SOON: THE REAL WORLD
  80. Source: Marketing Land
  81. AHA! URLs FOR EVERYTHING
  82. EVERYTHING IS A CARD Source: Intercom
  83. WATCH: THE INDUSTRIAL INTERNET
  84. FINAL THOUGHTS
  85. 1. FOLLOW: @BenedictEvans
  86. 2. Don’t build things differently. Build different things.
  87. THANK YOU @WillCritchlow
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