Our websites come with a variety of built-in features specifically developed for your professional business. We have the ability to add unlimited amount of content on unlimited number of pages, and we can mix and match features with drag-and-drop settings and make your perfect mobile site. All features provide flexible, functional and social elements to optimize your audience experience on a mobile device.
The development of your mobile site should be determined by the kinds of products and services your business provides. Since mobile devices sport relatively small screens and a different way of interacting with page content, simply shrinking your text into the device’s screen won’t give customers that warm and fuzzy feeling about your site.
Customers want to know if you’re open, how to contact you, and where to get more information about your products. It also helps if they can purchase your products without being asked to download an application or being redirected to a non mobile-friendly e-commerce site. You’re more likely to complete a sale if you empower your customer to do so on-the-go, perhaps right after seeing a relevant, engaging advertisement for your best product.
Take a look around on any subway, in any airport, or even around the meeting table at work and you’re bound to find a number of individuals glued to their smartphones. As providers improve their networks and hardware giants continue to push out new devices, customers are browsing the web more from their smartphones and tablets rather than from traditional computers. While these devices sport full web browsers, it is becoming important for businesses to tailor this experience to their mobile usersIn late 2012, Google conducted an independent survey titled “What Users Want Most From Mobile Sites Today.” Of the 1,088 smartphone users that were surveyed, about 67 percent indicated they would be more likely to purchase a product or service from a business that built a mobile-friendly website.
Couple that with the fact that 61 percent of users also said they’d leave a site that’s not optimized for mobile and it’s clear that having a mobile-friendly site is more important than ever.