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While many of us couldn't imagine life, much less business, without a mobile device, some business owners are choosing not to go mobile.
Despite the proliferation of iPhones and BlackBerrys in the workplace, a staggering 34% of companies use no mobile devices in their business, according to a new study by Constant Contact Inc. and reported by Daily Deal Media.
With a healthy one-third of businesses no using mobile technology whatsoever, maybe the old-fashioned methods are worth a second look.
Although many companies have put themselves on the map by providing exclusively mobile services, many companies feel that mobile solutions are not for them. Some common reasons include:
For those choosing to avoid the untethered route and stick to a more grounded strategy, consider these potential risks:
Although there are risks to staying with a more traditional form of business, there are certainly pitfalls to going to mobile. These include:
Keep these pros and cons in mind as you consider whether your business should go mobile. Bottom line: It's your call.
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