Why Get Responsive Can Give You More Leads?? Mobile Growth Statistics 2013


How would you like your website to be in 5 years?

On 2013, the latest report about mobile users has increase a lot, according to the statistics of Smart Insights, mobiles are overtaking the internet access in all of the world. By some other statistics I hear somewhere, but I can’t remember now, says that humans we touch our cellphone 150 times in a day, whether to check internet, Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, mails or other kind of social networks mobiles has become a part of our body, a very funny thing to say will be that “humans can live with a hand or leg but no without a mobile…”

The latest statistics tell us that:

  • 91% of all people on earth have a mobile phone,.
  • 56% of people own a smart phone.
  • 50% of mobile phone users, use mobile as their primary Internet source.
  • 80% of time on mobile is spent inside apps.
  • 72% of tablet owners purchase online from their tablets each week.

The true is that even you kids might have a mobile on their hands and they are not even in high shool yet. As years pass mobiles users are increasing very much on internet and still growing.


I know this info graphic is quiet long, but if you get to the bottom and keep reading, let me tell you that in 3 years from now, Mobiles will take over Desktops, what will make the pc market goes down, currently is already decreasing their price in what is desktop trying to make new products that can be portable for users, but the big different will be in 3 years when those new phones replace PCs, so to be sure that your business can be display in any kind of device is really important to think in a responsive design from now.

So if your website still a little bit old and you are thinking in renew it, you might have to think in your business in 5 years from now, how you would like to stand on internet in order to increase your access and also don’t spent money twice in something that can be done in once.

Source : Super Monitoring and digital buzz blog