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We Optimize Websites for
Mobile Conversion

Want your mobile conversion rate to better match your desktop rate? Our CRO experts can help.


Our Optimization Services

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Page Speed

Our experts will help optimize images, improve code issues and test across all dominant devices to render your site to meet consumer speed expectations and boost conversion.

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A/B Test

Our mobile UX designers and engineers design, build, and monitor A/B tests to determine the best performing changes for your site with proprietary algorithm’s directly tied to Google Analytics.

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Our team guides implementation of all successful tests on your site and tracks the conversion rate improvements

We make improvements to these key areas to substantially increase mobile visitor conversion:

  • Mobile User Experience
  • Shopping Cart
  • Page Speed (impacts conversion + SEO)
  • Order Size
  • Drop-Off Rate
  • Revenue per Visit
  • Lead Quality
  • Page Copy

Our Optimization Tool

Mobilizer, Mobile1st’s proprietary mobile UX inspection technology, allows a site to be tested on 13+ mobile devices simultaneously to quickly identify issues that lead to poor mobile conversion.

Mobilizer is offered as a stand-alone product for individuals and agencies who do their own testing and optimization and is also an integral part of Mobile1st’s Optimization Services offering.

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Our mobile UX technology is trusted by 150,000 global users

  • No one screen size
    has more than
    of the market share.
    Source: Mobify Research and Development
  • There are over
    1.2 billion
    people accessing the web from
    their mobile devices.
    Source: Trinity Digital Marketing
  • 57%
    of mobile customers will abandon
    your site if they have to wait 3
    seconds for a page to load.
    Source: Strangeloop Networks
  • 80%
    of the reasons users cite for not
    buying products on mobile are related
    to poor visual user experience.
    Source: comScore
  • Kellogg’s recently experienced a
    75% increase
    in sales with just a 40% improvement
    in viewability across mobile devices.
    Source: comScore