9 Guaranteed tips to increase mobile eCommerce conversions rates

GUEST CONTRIBUTOR | December 22, 2018

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Are you having difficulties in getting higher conversion rates from your mobile users? Mobile users are one of the trends that keep on evolving and one of the most important users that you should give high regards in your eCommerce site. In research, mobile devices and the like are letting people watch contents and connect with other people. In fact, according to statistica around 52% of worldwide online traffic is coming from mobile phones. Also, a lot of consumers are spending at least five hours a day in front of their smartphones. With this, mobile devices have a higher usage rate than desktops, and it is continuously growing. This is an opportunity you cannot slip on because of the enormous potential that mobile users can give to your site. Continue reading, and we will provide you with different tips and practices you can implement in your mobile eCommerce site to get higher conversion rates.

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