What Kind Of First Impression Is Your Real Estate Website Making To Mobile Users?

Is Your Real Estate Website Mobile Friendly

Audience Traffic Stats are in for 2017 and it is NOT looking good for websites that are not mobile friendly.

Check these out!

In 2017 Twitter 80% of their users access the site with mobile.
In 2017 Google 60% of their users access the sire with mobile.
In 2017 Facebook 55% of their users access the site with mobile.

In 2017 40% of the Visitors to Our Clients’ Websites Was Mobile.

This is a growing trend. We started noticing an uptick back in 2012, and it has been growing ever since.

2012: 9%
2013: 13%
2014: 19%
2015: 27%
2016: 33%
and now 2017: 40% Mobile.
At this rate, by next year nearly 50% of your website audience will be mobile.

At this rate, by next year nearly 50% of your website audience will be mobile.

Have you ever heard of Bounce Rate?

Bounce Rate is the percentage of users that come, look one page, and leave your site without taking any action.
Our own Bounce Rate for November is 1.59% 
This means that less than 2 out of 100 leave our site without clicking to see more.

**If your website is not mobile friendly, your Bounce Rate could, at best be around 50%.
Half the audience you attract to your site leaves right away.
All that time, money, effort, that goes into your site is flushed for half your audience because you don’t have a mobile friendly website.

Nearly 3 years ago, Google announced that they give preference to mobile friendly websites in their search results.

So if you want to start appearing competitively again, and want to keep half your audience from leaving your site before they even look around, we can help!
Drop us a line and we will make you look amazing with a website makeover that brings you into 2018!