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The Retail Shift from Mdots to Responsive and Dynamic Serving

January 19, 2015 | | 8 Comments

While most retailers still used dedicated mobile sites to power their mobile shopping in 2014, a significant shift is underway as retailers migrate towards responsive design and dynamically served mobile sites.

Based on mobile SEO audits Pure Oxygen Labs … Read More

New Mobile SEO Penalties from Google and How to Avoid “Try Anyway” with 3 Helpful Tips

June 5, 2014 | | 1 Comment

Today, Google rolled out a new sort of mobile SEO penalty that punishes companies that have mobile websites with irrelevant redirects. Google will start placing a “searcher beware” warning label on their listings. This is a new penalty specifically for … Read More

Research: 1 in 5 Retailers Serving up Mobile Search Errors to Holiday Shoppers

November 21, 2013 | | 1 Comment

Today we are releasing a complimentary new research report (request a copy) focused on a unique mobile-specific issue that could impact mobile commerce this holiday season for some of the 75% of retailers that provide dedicated mobile sites.

Research: Two-Thirds of the Fortune 100 are not Mobile-Optimized for Google

June 25, 2013 | | 50 Comments

Based on impending changes to Google’s search algorithm for mobile, we assessed the top 100 Fortune 500 companies to see how those companies would fare if Google’s changes went into effect today. Today, we are sharing the results of … Read More

Research: How Many Apps Are in Each App Store?

March 5, 2013 | | 16 Comments

UPDATE 9/25/2014: The number of apps in each store continues to rise. Below is an updated chart reflecting the number of apps in each app store as of September 2014. 

Stunning. Yesterday, ABI Research estimated mobile users will download 70 billion apps … Read More

Research: How Mobile-Friendly Are IR100 Brands?

October 3, 2011 |

Did you know that today’s smartphone consumer has just a 1 in 5 chance of accessing mobile content from the largest US retailers? This is the surprising conclusion from new, original Pure Oxygen Mobile research, featured in the 2012 Internet … Read More