Mobile commerce is on a plunge with mobile traffic taking a jump of 50% over the last one year and now accounting for more than 25% of the total web traffic, revealed a study conducted by Wpromote. The study analyzed 35 brands in the first quarter of 2014, including major e-tailers, B2B industries and consumer services to reach to the conclusion.
It might be tiny, compact and petite but no doubt, it is a small wonder. According to a recent report released by ShopVisible 30% of the e-commerce traffic in 2013 was drawn from mobile devices including those slim and skimpy smart phones and shiny black tablets.
After finding what you were looking for over the net it is tiresome to lose such important information. Once you switch off your computer the findings goes with it. However, Yahoo OneSearch now allows users to send search information to their mobile phones.
LG, an electronics giant announced yesterday that they have teamed up their mobile phone services with Google to launch mobile phones with pre-installed Google services. This is another step towards revolutionizing the mobile search market. Now mobile users around the globe would be easily able to search for information, locations, send and receive emails and update blogs while on the move.
Yahoo! has officially announced the launch of Yahoo! Mobile Publisher Services. This is a host of services which permits publishers to increase the distribution and monetization of their content to mobile phones. According to a press release by Yahoo! Media Relations informs about the services offered:
Yahoo Mobile Ad Network: The Yahoo! Mobile Ad Network will allow mobile publishers to have syndicated advertising served on their mobile content and services. Publishers will be able to select the ad formats they want to have run, such as display, sponsored links, video or in-game placements.
Yahoo Mobile Content Engine: The Yahoo! Mobile Content Engine will enable publishers to bring their content to Yahoo!'s mobile audience. It will also help enable publishers who do not have a mobile site or only have a limited mobile offering to quickly distribute their content to consumers on their mobile phones.
Yahoo Mobile Media Directory: The Yahoo! Mobile Media Directory will allow publishers to make their mobile media content accessible directly through Yahoo! oneSearch. Publishers could submit a catalog of their content such as ringtones, games, video and applications.
Yahoo Mobile Site Submit: The Yahoo! Mobile Site Submit will allow publishers to provide information about their mobile site, such as a description and relevant tags, to ensure that their sites are accurately indexed and available to consumers through Yahoo! oneSearch. For example, a hotel could submit their mobile site, including description and tag, enabling weekend travelers to find their location and see if they still have rooms available through Yahoo! oneSearch.
Few days back we informed about a report published by News.com over the possibility of Google Mobile phone. However, Google has lately squashed all the mobile phone talk. Google commented that they are not concentrating on a Google mobile pone, however, a mobile software is high on their list.
Yahoo! has confirmed that now Yahoo! OneSearch is available to all US mobile web users. As it was a part of yahoo! Go interface its use was restricted to Yahoo! Go users. Now it is compatible with nearly 85% of mobile phone users with web search in USA
Fast has been one of the premium global search technology company. The company is now set to mark its presence in the mobile search market. Where InfoSpace is a leading mobile media and technology company. Through InfoSpace is better remembered as the company that purchased WebCrawler, MetaCrawler and Dogpile.
A UK survey of mobile phone users actually indicates that very few people are actually using their cell phones for web searches.
Just 20% of UK subscribers actually search for content on the mobile Internet, despite an industry perception that 89% do, according to research released today, from the Mobile Entertainment Forum and Ovum. The survey questioned MEF members including operators, content providers and technology enablers to gauge industry views, as well as 1,000 UK consumers.