Restaurants & Mobile Search Behavior, April 2013 [TABLE]

Table - Restaurants & Mobile Search Behavior

A survey of 1,497 smartphone owners, conducted by Chadwick Martin Bailey (CMB) and SinglePlatform at Constant Contact, reveals that respondents are more likely to search for restaurants than any other industry. The results align with prior research from YP showing that restaurants are the most queried, clicked, and called mobile local search category. Overall, the CMB and SinglePlatform study found that in the previous 6 months, 81% of respondents had searched for a restaurant via a mobile application, and 92% through a web browser.

The results of those searches have an impact on consumer behavior. Three-quarters of respondents reported that they often choose a restaurant based on search results. Having a mobile-friendly site helps, too: while 84% say they look at more than 1 online menu before choosing their dining destination, 62% report being less likely to choose a restaurant if they can’t read the menu on their device. Read the rest at MarketingCharts.

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