Coca-Cola and FedEx received the highest scores in a recent study of Fortune 100 company mobile best practices, though some others have a long way to go.
A new scorecard from The Search Agency compares what some of the biggest brands are doing (or not doing) when it comes to delivering a mobile experience for users.
While no one company in the Fortune 100 received a perfect score of 5, brands with the top scores included:
The average score for all companies in the study was 2.31 out of 5.
The Search Agency measured the Fortune 100 mobile practices against five factors:
They created a scorecard that looked something like this:
Here's a sampling of the Fortune 100 brands that ranked the highest in The Search Agency's scorecard:
Surprisingly, many of the brand's websites had slow load times--much slower than Google's recommendation of sites loading in one second or less for the mobile experience.
The Search Agency offered several tips in its report for delivering a stellar mobile experience, including:
Download The Search Agency's Fortune 100 mobile scorecard for more insights.
This article was originally published on Search Engine Watch.
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