Prompted by a Statista chart depicting Twitter as an effectively mobile-only company, Forbes released an article predicting that mobile is the future – of everything.
While underscoring the urgency of immediately implementing a mobile strategy (or risk being late to the party), the article focuses primarily on the need for all companies – even brick and mortar businesses – to adopt a mobile-first mindset; as mobile phone usage skyrockets, any company selling a product or service should have a mobile presence.
Additionally, Forbes not only emphasizes the importance of optimizing your mobile strategy for the benefit of your customers, but also for the benefit of your employees. In fact, embracing a mobile-first mindset should start within a company and be seen as a way to increase productivity and improve the business.
Check out the full article, along with some helpful tips for how to pivot your company to a mobile-first mindset, here.
Here’s what else we’ve been reading at TrialPay this week:
• Emerging Nations Catching Up to U.S. on Technology Adoption: The Pew Research Center’s report highlights the rapidly changing demographics of mobile usage worldwide.
• 7,000 App Developers in 127 Countries say e-Commerce is Now the Best Mobile Monetization Strategy: Read why e-commerce – and not pay-for-download, in-game advertising or freemium – was picked as the most lucrative mobile monetization strategy in VisionMobile’s mobile developer survey.
• How Can Developers Deliver the Next Flappy Bird?: Developers chime in on the unexpected success of Flappy Bird.