The recently launched — HydraVid Cloud Review is creating buzz in web marketing review circles due to its claim of funneling targeted, organic traffic to user's websites. The launch of HydraVid Cloud is well-timed to capitalize the findings of a new report showing lower conversions from traditional paid traffic sources.
Hanif Quentino, founder of eMarketing Champs, has released a complete review and premium bonus for the HydraVid Cloud software, which can be viewed on his site:
Hanif considers himself as a legitimate HydraVid Cloud review critic, mainly because of his extensive experience in SEO and paid traffic strategies. He advises HydraVid Cloud users to focus on catering to the 'mobile-market'.
There has been a significant decline in the amount of money that people are able to earn with AdSense related websites for many different reasons. One of the most prominent reasons is for the increase in use of mobile phones, and the applications that people are using every day. This is problematic for not only people that monetize through Adsense, but online advertisers in general. Retargeting was once a very profitable way to generate additional revenue, but until changes are made with the way that people can interact with advertisements on their smart phones or tablet computers, this might not be the best way to advertise until certain changes are made.
Mobile marketing must accommodate the increase in those that are seemingly dependent upon using their mobile phones and devices. Instead of spending time on the computer, according to ComScore, most people go online via applications from their mobile phones. People are not looking for information as much as they were before. They are interested in communicating with people through mobile apps, and therefore the advertising needs to focus on this phenomenon. Up to 18 percent of all time spent online is on tablet computers, and 29 percent of all searches are done on mobile devices.
Other reports have shown that e-commerce conversion rates are lower on smart phones than ever before. This is because more people are ignoring the advertisements that are on mobile applications, perhaps because they are conditioned to click on them when they are on their desktop or laptop computer. Advertisers need to find a way to integrate this new preoccupation with surfing the web using phones, and connect the conditioning that people have had when clicking on advertisements. This could be one of the reasons that Google has recently upgraded to only showing advertisements at the top and bottom of the search results.
This makes it easier for people on smart phones to see the advertisements when they first get the search results, and also see them at the bottom if they scroll all the way down. This upgrade seems to be to accommodate mobile users doing searches online, and this may be the first step to improving the advertisements that people use to attract customers, and get conversions, from smart phone users.
Hanif Quentino's complete HydraVid Cloud review, in addition to his exclusive bonus offer, can be viewed on the following site:
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