When Les asked “What’s Your Mobile Strategy” last year, were you listening? Did you have an answer?
During the last weeks of 2010 while some of you stood in long lines in crowded stores, mobile-savvy shoppers went to their phones… in great numbers.
On Black Friday alone, eBay’s mobile sales reached $2,352,298. Two weeks later they were topping out over $4 million! Looking back at 2010, eBay’s global mobile revenues grew to over $2 billion. That’s up more than 175%.
Take a peek at eBay’s Mobile Commerce Infographic to see consumers’ mobile shopping activity.
PayPal reports that holiday mobile payments skyrocket 300% this year.
It was tweeted in December by Google’s Android chief Andy Rubin that there are now 300,000 Android phones activated each day.
While on a Q3 earnings call, Google’s Jonathan Rosenberg reported that their mobile run rate should add at least $1 billion dollars to Google’s revenue.
AT&T activated over 11 million iPhones in the first 9 months of 2010, now Verizon will be offering the iPhone to it’s 93 million subscribers.
Facebook generated #1.86 billion in ad revenue in 2010 and reports that 200,000,000 active users are currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices.
So let me ask you one more time?
What’s your mobile strategy for 2011?