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Becoming Mobile

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Most websites these days also have a mobile site to make it easier for everyone to stay in touch. It’s gotten to the point now where if you aren’t mobile friendly you are behind the times! With tablets and phones taking over the internet since we are all on the go, it’s those companies that have the mobile sites down to science that are succeeding in more ways then one!

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This is no exception when it comes to real estate and getting your home out there for all to see! You want to be using the marketing system to benefit you and if viewers can’t see what you are offering from all sorts of media than you are at a loss!

Top 15 real estate networks by Web traffic, May 2014

Real estate network Total unique visitors in March Desktop unique visitors Mobile unique visitors
All real estate sites 94.0 million 64.3 million 54.7 million
Zillow (Yahoo) real estate network 53.8 million 32.3 million 30.6 million
Trulia (RentPath) network 30.8 million 17.7 million 16.8 million
Move Inc. network 23.7 million 13.1 million 13.4 million
Homes.com (ForRent.com) network 10.6 million 5.9 million 5.3 million
Redfin 5.9 million 3.0 million 3.2 million
MSN Real Estate 5.4 million 4.9 million 0.6 million
Apartments.com sites 4.9 million 2.9 million 2.2 million
Coldwell Banker Real Estate 4.3 million 3.0 million 1.5 million
Movoto 4.2 million 2.4 million 1.9 million
Century 21 International 3.5 million 2.2 million 1.4 million
LoopNet sites 2.5 million 1.7 million 0.9 million
U-Haul 2.5 million 1.2 million 1.3 million
NCI Interactive 2.1 million 1.2 million 1.0 million
Internet Brands Real Estate 1.6 million 0.9 million 0.7 million
Apartment List (formerly Vertical Brands) 1.5 million 1.0 million 0.5 million

 

 

 

Source: comScore

The numbers don’t lie! Have you considered taking your business to mobile friendly site?

 

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2 thoughts on “Becoming Mobile

  1. Thank you for posting this, it is true. When businesses don’t have a friendly mobile site consumers become frustrated. This ultimately means they develop negative feelings toward the brand itself. Especially if you’re marketing to generation Y.

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