Mobile Marketing Statistics 2014

Statistics on mobile usage and adoption to inform your mobile marketing strategy

Mobile to overtake fixed Internet access by 2014” was the huge headline from the widely shared infographic at the end of this post summarising the bold prediction from 2008 by Mary Meeker, an analyst at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers who reviews technology trends annually in May (see latest KPCB 2014 technology trends).

To help you keep up-to-date with the rise in consumer and company adoption of mobile and its impact on mobile marketing, Dave Chaffey, Rob Thurner and I will be keeping this post updated throughout 2014 as the new stats come through to support our New 120 page Expert members Ebook explaining how to create a  mobile marketing strategy. We also have a free summary mobile briefing for Basic members.

March 2014 update:

Percentage of consumer mobile device usage

As Rob Thurner explained in his post on KPIs to review mcommerce effectiveness, it’s important to keep track of the split between users of mobile and desktop devices visiting your site(s). Using advanced segments in Google Analytics is the best way to do this.

New insight from comScore published in their February 2014 market review shows the picture that marketers need to build up. This panel data shows that the majority of consumers are “multiscreening”, accessing retail sites on mobile or desktop, so consistent experiences across device need to be deployed.

Split-mobile-desktop-retail

Insight on the mobile research process

Google’s mobile path to purchase report surveyed 950 US consumers across 9 different verticals (Restaurants, Food & Cooking, Finance, Travel, Home & Garden, Apparel & Beauty, Automotive, Electronics, Health & Nutrition) to assess how they researched purchases via mobile. A key finding is the starting point for mobile research. As might be expected search was the most common starting point, but it’s lower than desktop showing the importance of branded apps and mobile sites.

Mobile commerce statistics 2014 research

Mobile media time – app vs mobile site usage?

Consumer preference for mobile apps vs mobile sites should also be thought through as part of mobile strategy. This data from Nielsen on mobile media time shows the consumer preference for mobile apps which account for 89% of media time in mobile as might be expected from the use of the most popular social network, email and news apps.

Mobile app vs site usage

Mobile device visit share and conversion rates for Ecommerce sites

The Monetate Q4 2013 Ecommerce Quarterly published February 2014 gives insight on smartphone vs tablet vs desktop share of audience for large Ecommerce brands.

Mobile device share Ecommerce stats

This source is useful since it’s a regular survey showing the growth in use of mobile site visitors. enables you to drill down to see usage by device type, for example iPad is still the dominant tablet, but Kindle Fire and Android tablets now account for over 10% of tablets. You can see that tablet and smartphone use nearly doubled in the year based on 500 million plus visits for these retail clients (see link above for methodology). Mobile share is now around 27% on average.

Site visits percent by mobile and destop 2014

We have a separate compilation of Ecommerce conversion stats if you’re creating a business case for mobile optimised sites as explained in our mobile marketing strategy guide, this data is also valuable since it shows the variation in conversion rate by mobile type.

April 2013 update: App usage (80% of time) dominates browsers in mobile usage

We reported comScore data in May 2012 that showed that on smartphones 82% of mobile media time is via apps.  This is a key insight as companies decide whether to develop mobile apps or create mobile device specific apps. In April 2013 mobile analytics vendor Flurry released a useful summary of category of app usage across smartphones and tablets and similarly to the previous report it shows that app usage dominates browser usage as they put it: It’s an App World. The Web Just Lives in It. You do have to be careful about interpreting this though, since Facebook, games and utility apps will naturally have the greatest time spent and browser use is still significant by volume if not proportion.

Mobile app use media 2013

The 5 best sources for mobile marketing statistics?

This update to this post features some of the latest updates on mobile statistics from 2014 and highlight some of the best sources to make the business case for investment in mobile marketing in your presentations and business cases to colleagues or clients.

  • 1. Google Mobile Planet. A regular survey for different countries starting in 2011, last updated in 2013, this enables you to prepare your own reports. We recommend this source for the range of countries covered:

In addition to downloads for each country, you can also create your own charts focusing on KPIs of interest. For example, if you’re based in Australia you can look at usage by demographic.

The weakness of the current data is that it focuses on Smartphones, not tablets. It may be useful for pushing back against over-enthusiastic colleagues or understanding consumer barriers. For example, less than a third of Australians have ever bought on a smartphone and you can see there are barriers of security and preference for desktop purchases.

  • 2. ITU. The International Telecoms Union data reports mobile usage including mobile broadband subscriptions to show growth in use of mobile. This reported at country, continent and overall levels, so is the best overall source for mobile penetration worldwide. Much of the information is free – see their free mobile statistics section.

  • 3. Xyologic app download reports. This is a great source for showing the overall level of app usage across the four major mobile app platforms by country and drilling down into the popularity of individual apps for different sectors like retail, banking and travel. Around 30 countries are covered, for example, if you’re based in Canada:

We also recommend the Flurryblog (http://blog.flurry.com) for specific reports on trends in app usage. For example, this recent compilation of app usage shows the dominance of games and social networking and the potential of utilities.

Comscore is one of key worldwide sources useful for marketers to help us find out about the changes in use of mobile media by consumers. This graph shows the pattern across Europe – follow the link above for US and other country breakdowns.

The report shows much lower levels of adoption in other European countries though – not even a fifth in most. So extrapolating UK behaviour to other countries would seem to be a mistake with the mobile figure still key.

The report also has useful summary of dayparts of different device behaviour, similar to others published.

Retail mobile use

Mobile was again the focus of the section on retail statistics. Audience growth rate is 80% + on mobile in these UK sites, but lower on grocer sites for obvious reasons.

  • 5. Ofcom Internet usage report. Ofcom’s seventh International Communications Market Report was published in December 2013, this examines take-up, availability, price and use of broadband, landlines, mobiles, TV, radio and post across 17 major countries.

Consumer preferences for using mobile commerce for retail

We know from the oft-quoted stat later in this post that mobile access to the Internet will exceed desktop access by 2012. But when reviewing mobile adoption statistics, it’s access doesn’t equate to usage or preference. Good evidence is presented in this new research published by eMarketer on Jan 24th, 2012.

It shows that PC/laptop purchases are preferred by 87% of respondents, with mobile websites preferable compared to apps for retail.

Mobile usage statistics in Europe

We now add some detail to consumer mobile preferences using the latest July 2011 Comscore Mobile Lens data on Mobile phone usage.

The latest data (collected May 2011) suggests that mobiles are not used as widely as might be expected, given the hype, for different web applications across Europe, with just 32% using a mobile browser across these 5 European countries, although the figure exceeds 40% in the UK.

Mobile retail usage in Europe

Looking at the retail sector, we can see that just 1 in 10 use mobile access to retail sites through mobile web and apps.

However, the report does show the future growth potential with year-on-year growth rates of 80% suggesting a brighter future for mobile usage.

If you’re a retailer planning your strategy then the report has additional info on breakdown between mobile web and app access to retail. The stats that matter most will be the % of visitors already accessing or buying by mobile and I know this is over 10% in many cases.

Dave Chaffey

In 3 years mobile “should” take over desktop internet usage

What do you think? Either way – this info-graphic from Microsoft Tag provides some serious food for thought and it’s great to see this data together to help with future marketing planning.

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  1. Danyl,

    Thanks for posting the infographic if you ever want to talk shop I’d love to chat. We also just released a new infographic for our most recent momentum numbers for Tag. Thought you might find it interesting http://tag.microsoft.com/community/tag-blog-item/11-04-12/Infographic_Tag_Scanning_Success.aspx?category=tag%20news Our team also ran across this inforgraphic from Pamorama http://tag.microsoft.com/community/tag-blog-item/11-04-13/Infographic_The_New_Marketing_Trifecta.aspx?category=industry%20news has some interesting insights looking at social, mobile and email. It would be great to hear your thoughts on this one.

    Thanks Again,

    Elliott

  2. Nice round up of infographics regarding mobile use. I didn’t see them in time to use any in a webinar on mobile I ran last week. Posted a summary of the webinar here http://dmaemailblog.com/2011/04/19/upwardly-mobile-email-for-the-mobile-consumer/ which includes info on how to make email work well for mobile.

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  4. I compiled a complete list of mobile email statistics:

    http://www.emailmonday.com/mobile-email-usage-statistics

    If you are looking to get the inside stats on mobile email, have a look.

  5. Brilliant stats thank you so much

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    Thanks for the post very interesting

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  20. There are some really interesting facts and figures here, Thanks!
    You may find http://www.mobilestatistics.com interesting. They also have some good figures on mobile stats.

  21. Fantastic Stats thanks :) cheers Leanne

  22. can someone explain to me why the “preferred shopping methods” stats add up to 196%? I was going to use this data for some presentations before realizing that it doesn’t add up to 100%…therefore I have no idea what they are actually measuring. Were people allows to pick more than one response?

  23. This is really useful information, thanks for sharing it. Not quite the same thing, but in case you’re interested, I gathered data for Facebook mobile usage in a defined geographic area (within 25 miles of Winchester, UK), and blogged about it:

    http://markbraggins.wordpress.com/2012/07/11/facebook-usage-a-local-perspective/

    • And thank you for sharing Mark – that’s quite an analysis in your blog.
      Really shows the rich data available in Facebook’s ad targeting tool – I never realised it contained mobile info too.
      Your data looks at single area (close to home for me since I was born in Fareham). How do you think this data on mobile might be applied by marketers more widely to inform decisions. I was trying to think this through, but no real thoughts.
      Dave

  24. awesome post. Extremely informative. I’m just writing an ebook about Mobile Apps, so this was a very great find. Thank you very much.

  25. Great info graphics…I would suggest setting up “pin it” buttons so people can easily share. Just a thought :-)

  26. Nice informative Post

  27. Very nice info-graph with clear information. Yes I am also mobile marketer and agree with you. My earning increase 60% last years!!! Just mobile marketing but when I started some people laughed at me!

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    Your graphically work verry help ful for me…thank you danyl Bosomworth..

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  81. Thanks again for great article, nice to notice Africa is getting mentioned in a percentage. Education – never enough.

    • Thanks for your comment Joan – we try to make sure we don’t just report on UK/US since we know we have a global audience.
      ITU is excellent since it has every country.

      All the best for 2013!

      Dave

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  83. Fantastic compilation of information. Do you have any data that shows how much more likely someone is to make a purchase while browsing/shopping on their phone vs browsing/shopping on their desktop?

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  88. Yeah, really good post, very helpful thank you. I was surprised by the stat that indicated an 8% preference for shopping through apps (smartphone + tablet) compared to 14% for mobile websites. Do you think that could be a reflection of the disparity between the number of ecommerce mobile websites compared to fully transactional retail apps?

    • Thanks Daniel, good to hear.

      I think thats a fair assessment, it may also be because of failure to update and create stable Apps. I’m reviewing comments for a number of retail apps as part of updating our 7 Steps to mobile guide and finding that many apps suffer from poor ratings because updates simply don’t work.
      Dave

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  91. a quick look at my Google analytics shows a definite uptick in mobile usage, especially for my keywords ‘web design”. the infographic helps me explain to my clients why a responsive website is no longer just “an option”. thx

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  93. great post. naturally mobile browsing outlook is high and rising; don’t really foresee it slowing down soon. by large we like our gadgets. we like convenience, efficiency, and saving time; performing tasks faster with less effort. seeing a lot of content lately on shopping, online retail; always a reference to the big bad river (clearing of the throat) with falling profits yet deep in the rainforest money doth flow. thus, amazon killing it thanks to things like e-books which (per Bezos) “are now a multi billion dollar category” for them. Hence, a no-brainer for consumers; why would i attempt a visit to the local big box c̶e̶s̶s̶p̶o̶o̶l̶ retail like wal-mart if i can wait a day for home delivery? swipe-tap-tap done. having said that, businesses who don’t get on track soon will meet a down hill fate. sooner or later. and, in my humble opinion, both mobile and tablets will continue to rise, a sign of the times, yet I feel mobile will especially thrive, being used by the majority while at work and school. these users are more than likely not going to bust out a tablet and fire it up while on the clock or in class. yet we all know they’re facebooking, tweeting, looking up movie times, etc anyway. smaller, a mobile is easier to manage and conceal in that aspect. pushing the envelope a tad further, and for the record i don’t support this, people who multi task while driving are going to keep using their mobile device for things like this as well. how many times have you seen someone using their ipad at a red light? don’t answer that. ;) -j

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  98. TANTALIZING POST! I recently published an article on why Small businesses need to be ready to go Mobile with the use of Social Media and the statistics that prove its impossible to ignore!
    However this post demonstrates, particularly with Mobile marketing that passionate small businesses can’t miss out!
    Will be posting an article and crediting the information back here and the original sources. Great work!
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  99. I pin all the pics .. because all are great in terms of information .. Mobile marketing is FUTURE MARKETING … in up coming years all businesses need to migrate to smart phones marketing .. Its not my analysis its future ..

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  134. These are some great stats. Is it ok to write some articles using these statistics? Just wondering as that would be a great addition to my services site. Thanks for some great stuff that will make any new potential clients make a more informed decision on whether they need mobile in their marketing efforts. (We already know they do) Thanks a lot. I’ll be coming back often to learn and get some great facts.
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