Why does my business need to be mobile friendly?
56% of U.S. adults own a smartphone.
94% of smartphone owners look for local information on their smartphones, and 53% make a purchase online or in store. 1
Reach this growing audience of on-the-go consumers with your message no matter where they are. Mobile advertising is ideal for building brand awareness, delivering coupons & specials to customers anywhere, everywhere, and driving sales.
Only one ad is served on each page view allowing you exclusivity. Our mobile-friendly landing pages make it easy for potential customers to connect with you thanks to click-to-call, click-to-email and mapping capabilities.
Ads can also be targeted to specific audiences. We can target by mobile site section (News, Sports, Entertainment, etc.), by day-part, by device as well as by carrier, and ads can be created to cover all devices and platforms including iPhone/iPad, Blackberry, Android, Nokia, Windows, etc.
cleveland.com also has a mobile friendly website for users who choose to access us without downloading one of our apps. Here, advertisers can use our expandable ads to make it easy for users to view their offer, click-to-locate or click-to-call in one simple step.
Speaking of apps, they’re another great way to target your message. Currently we offer a variety of apps that cover news and sports in Ohio. Our apps cover news, High School Sports, Indians, Browns, Cavs, as well as OSU Basketball and Football. Click here to learn more about our mobile apps.
In addition to targeting our local and loyal audience on cleveland.com, we can place your advertising message on a network of national trusted mobile websites.
Is your website mobile friendly? Not sure? Contact us and we’ll help you sort it all out.
No need to alter the homepage of your website or send a customer through a confusing maze of webpages to get to your offer. We can create custom mobile landing page specific to your current ad campaign.
Contact a Northeast Ohio Media Group representative now to learn more.
- Google Ipsos “Think Insights” July 2014 ↩