The number of mobile devices and their users is skyrocketing. The competition on the smartphone and tab market gives pretty clear prospective that the web is going mobile. Unfortunately many site owners still don’t attach importance to these facts. According to Bold Endeavors’ research, 60% of footage libraries still show their video clip search results in Flash. It means that users of i-Devices will not be able to play videos at those sites. Additionally to this, the research shows year on year rise of mobile visitors of footage libraries which is advancing at record speed of 254%.
If the situation continues to develop with the same pace, mobile search will account about 11% of the footage library search in 2013, and will gain impressive 44% in next 4 years.
This research was released by Bold Endeavours as they launch a new library platform for the mobile web with inbuilt transcoding and adaptive interface for mobile and touch screen users.
“Among all mobile search traffic i-Devices will get a share of 30%. The specifics of Apple gadgets are that they won’t play Flash. So the question is whether smartphone and tab users get to see any footage at your site at all? This raises even more serious question of your site being enabled for the mobile web”, – says Derek Mansfield, the President of Bold Endeavours Group.
About Bold Endeavours:
Bold Endeavours (http://boldendeavours.com) is web and software development company with headquarter in England. The company was founded in 1992 and now has offices in London, Kiev and New York. Bold Endeavours creates web software solutions, developed under Big Easy product range, for image and footage libraries, e-commerce and e-marketing. Bold Endeavours is also well experienced in GWT application development, JAVA software development and application development for Tablets and i-Devices. The company provides extensive variety of services including web and app design, digital marketing, SEO and analytics services, online PR and email campaigns etc.
If you would like more information on this topic, please contact Derek Mansfield at # 01784 460 064 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:kiev@