• http://www.facebook.com/dmitry.pakhomkin Dmitry Pakhomkin

    As an example around 20% of our organic search traffic is coming from “mobile Google”. ~80% from desktops and laptops.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jack-N-Fran-Farrell/100002337622505 Jack N Fran Farrell

    On the street or in mobile transportation using a handheld computer and voice commands to locate something you want and estimate when you’ll get it is no task for couch potatoes. I doubt that Nielsen has sufficiently updated from polling TV couch potatoes to give reliable mobile statistical inferences.

  • Jody Olaes

    Searching on a mobile device is never fun – thumbing in search queries.. the horror!

  • Durant Imboden

    I wish people–and Google Analytics–wouldn’t bundle large tablets like the iPad in with “mobile devices.” (I remember seeing one study that said most iPad usage is in the home, and that’s probably true.)

  • http://twitter.com/viqifrench CopyClique

    Extremely interesting, and telling.The trend suggests that SEO will matter significantly less in a couple of years. Every business will have to become a savvy app marketer. And maybe Google will find the shoe on the other foot: they’ll have to buy in-app ads to give more people reasons to use the search engine. Anything’s possible…