Flobile is a centric solutions for mobile customers Context, Indent and Immediacy need.
Intent: Investigating intent will focus you in on more specific consumer needs that you could address within each moment type.
Context: Next, layer context on top of that intent. In other words, think about how the consumers needs might change based on their situation.
Immediacy: Ninety-one percent of smartphone users turn to their smartphone for ideas while doing a given task.
Being constantly connected has trained us to expect immediacy and relevance in moments of intent the I-want-to-know, I-want-to-go, I-want-to-do, and I-want-to-buy moments. These micro-moments are the new battlegrounds for people's hearts, minds, and dollars.
Only 9% of users will stay on a mobile site or app if it doesn't satisfy their needs (for example, to find information or navigate quickly).
will be less likely to come back to the mobile site or app
will be less likely to purchase products from the company in the future
of smartphone users will immediately go to another company's mobile site or app for what they need.
Flobile take advance of screen size and make your eCom fluid on mobile devices.
Flobile make the shopping experience as smooth as possible, we convert clicks to scrolling and touch actions.
Flobile deliver just the right amount of product information so users get what they expect and know they can get more by touch.
of smartphone users are more likely to buy from companies whose mobile sites or apps allow them to make purchases quickly.
of smartphone users feel more favorable toward companies whose mobile sites or apps allow them to make purchases quickly
You don't need to manage separate content for desktop and mobile websites, Flobile integrate seamless with your system and it is easy to manage.
Today's consumers move faster than ever on mobile. Can your brand keep up? Start by asking these questions:
of smartphone users say they're more likely to buy from companies whose mobile sites or apps customize information to their location.
of smartphone users are more likely to buy from companies whose mobile sites or apps help them easily find answers to their questions.