SEO Positive Responds to Research Regarding Mobile Click Through Rates

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Data revealing users behaving on mobiles and personal computers.

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over the last few years the power of the smartphone has really become apparent.

Mobile devices achieve higher click through rates than desktops when it comes to UK paid search ads. The study carried out by Marin Software compared smartphones with tablets and desktops focusing on their Click Through Rates (CTR) in the UK and in the Eurozone. The findings showed that UK smartphones achieved the highest CTR at 5.97 percent, followed by tablets 3.93 percent and 2.29 on desktop computers. The results were also similar in the Eurozone, although with less difference, CTR rate for smartphones was 4.78 percent, 4.48 percent on tablet and 3.1 percent on desktop.

SEO Positive, one of the UK’s leading search engine optimisation and pay per click companies, understands the impressionable changes that mobile and tablet are having on paid search. The findings show that as well as achieving the highest CTR, smartphones, are also cheaper to advertise on than its rivals, the tablet and desktop with an average of £0.15 cost per click.

Ben Austin, Managing Director at SEO Positive added, ‘over the last few years the power of the smartphone has really become apparent. Not only is it more affordable to advertise it is accessible to all at any time of the day anywhere – as long as they have internet coverage. Throughout Europe and even more in the UK the click through rate is good which is encouraging for marketers and business alike.’

SEO Positive continues to follow study’s relating to PPC.    

SEO Positive was established in 2007 in Chelmsford, Essex with the aim of bringing effective yet affordable online marketing services to companies from all industries and backgrounds. The company offers a huge range of services including search engine optimisation, Pay Per Click account management, social media marketing and website design.

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