U.S. consumer opinions on mobile-optimized websites 2014

This statistic presents consumer opinions on mobile-optimized websites in the United States. During a January 2014 survey, it was found that 48 percent of respondents stated that they spent more time on mobile-optimized sites than on non-optimized ones.

Consumer opinions on mobile-optimized websites in the United States as of January 2014

Percentage of survey respondents
Mobile-optimized sites run faster67%
Mobile-optimized sites don't give enough information54%
Easier to find information on mobile-optimized sites54%
Spend more time on mobile-optimized sites48%
More likely to purchase on mobile-optimized site37%
Typically don't know/realize if site is mobile-optimized31%
If not mobile-optimized, leave for another site27%
Mobile-optimized sites are more secure25%
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Source

Release date

February 2014

Region

United States

Survey time period

January 2014

Number of respondents

470 respondents

Special properties

Smartphone and tablet users

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