Cell phones are the future of search

Cell phones have certainly evolved since the first cellular call was placed on April 3, 1973 by Martin Cooper,who is now chairman, CEO and co-founder of ArrayComm, Inc. At the time of the call, Martin Cooper was general manager of Motorola’s Communications Systems Division.

That first call was placed to Cooper’s rival at AT&T’s Bell Labs from the streets of New York City, was the beginning of the fundamental technology and communications shift away from the place and toward the person. 

We may now look back fondly at the bulky predecessors of today’s sleek cell phones. It could be said that the cell phones of today are the world’s most ubiquitous computers, with smart phones becoming more advanced by the day. There are approximately four billion cell phones in use around the world right now, a large percentage of them with web access.

Essentially, cell phones have created standard of constantly evolving information technology. It is astounding to consider how even business has been affected by cell phones with web access. In the past, those with computers were the only ones performing searches for products and services. Now, potential clients are fully mobile, free to pull their smart phones from their pockets and do a Google, MSN or Yahoo search for anything that crosses their mind, instantly.

This has created a new marketing challenge for businesses. The yellow pages are simply not enough in the fast-paced mobile marketing world of today. In order to get the most clients, businesses must appear high in the search engine results-where consumers are looking first. In order to achieve high search engine placement and online visibility, it is vital to enlist the expertise of a professional interactive marketing and web design firm.

Contact Blue Interactive Agency today for a free website analysis to discover how instead of searching for new clients, you can let them find you! 

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