Here at MobileFOMO we try to provide you with the mobile tools for success! In this blog post we are going to list our Google mobile business tools for you.
Here are a few mobile web applications and tools that can be used through a browser on a mobile device. Each of them can be used during the business day for administrative or search engine optimization purposes.
This tool will test the loading speed of your desktop and mobile website, because loading speed has an effect on your SEO that you should monitor.
Google Mobile Ads Blog
Here is a blog that keeps people up to date with recent Google developments, so that they can market their services and optimize their site with ease.
You can use this tool to see how your website will look on a mobile device, and then it gives you indications on what you can do to improve your mobile website’s marketable status.
Google Product Search
When you put your products for sale via the Google Shopping Network, you are able to see things from the perspective of the mobile phone shopper. You can also download the “Shopper” app if you need to check the status of your products on a regular basis.
Our Mobile Planet
This tool helps you to view and analyze all of the data that Google has collected about mobile users. The data goes back as far as 2011.
Google Webmaster Tools
These webmaster tools have various features you can use to investigate, analyze and develop your mobile marketing campaign. It also allows you to see how the GoogleBots will fetch your mobile pages.
Create a quick and easy mobile landing page with Google Sites. You can use it as a temporary place to send advert traffic, or use it to test your market by using different mobile landing pages.
Google Mobile Ads
This tool was set up to help you optimize your advertisements’ appearance on different mobile devices and operating systems. It is also good for optimizing ads that are mobile-search-engine friendly.
Mobile Ads Showcase App
Upload your ads and web pages, and see what they will look like on a mobile device.
This is my personal favorite, so I saved it for last. I think knowing Google Analytics is a must for everyone. You can enter code into your mobile website and track your ads, landing pages and web pages. This information can help you figure out how your mobile marketing campaign is fairing against your desktop campaign.
In closing I think that you can always rely on one source, there are other social media sites out there. When marketing on mobile you should consider your audience.
Happy mobile marketing to you!