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Making your website mobile friendly is an extremely beneficial opportunity for your business to grow in this mobile era. We optimize your existing website to guarantee that your internet presence is leveraged on all mobile devices, tablets and smartphones around the world.

mobilized websiteWhy should your business website be Mobile Optimized?
Your customers and site visitors are mobile – are you? There are over 4 billion mobile phones in active use worldwide: 4 times more than PCs. In 2010, mobile web usage increased 148% globally (Source: Quantcast) and the numbers continue to rise. In fact, by the end of 2013, customers using the mobile web are projected to grow to over 5 billion. Your customers are already looking for you on their mobile phones; shopping, seeking, comparing. This is a huge opportunity for your business you don’t want to miss.

If your business is not on the mobile web, a significant number of your customers won’t be able to find you!

How is a mobile web site different than a main or full website?
Mobile websites exploit the very special characteristics of mobile phones and mobile users to provide the best possible experience. Besides adapting to the smaller screen of a mobile phone, they are also much easier to navigate using touch and provide more direct access to the information that customers need while on the go. A made-for-mobile website helps your visitors quickly become customers with content and a design suited to the mobile context. For example, customers can use the unique features of the mobile phone to contact you such as the “call us” feature, where with one touch they call your business and the “find us” feature, which provides access to an interactive Google map showing your business address and allowing the customer to obtain directions from their present location to your business. And of course, a feature that allows customers to quickly and easily send an email or text.

Will this replace my desktop site, or be in addition to my desktop site?
A mobile site extends the reach of your business to the mobile web, allowing you to provide your mobile visitors a fast and easy way to learn about your business and contact you with one click. While your existing web site is aimed at giving a full and comprehensive picture of your business, a mobile site allows you to deliver immediate access to what matters most when on the go. The two sites are complimentary and work together to make sure your customers are getting the most appropriate experience for their context and their device.

How will people actually get to my mobile website?
There are four ways by which users can find and reach your mobile website:

Detect/redirect. We provide a custom script that, when placed in your main site home page, detects mobile visitors, and redirects them automatically to the mobile site. It’s simple, effective, and convenient.

Promote the site to your customers. Let your fans on Facebook and other social media markets know about your new feature. Send an eMarketing newsletter to your list and encourage them to try it out and tell their friends. Add a QR code to your marketing materials for your website.

The third way is via search. Users on mobile devices increasingly see mobile sites returned in search results, so a mobile site will increase your business visibility to mobile users.

Fourth, you can add a link on your main website to your mobile site. This will help increase awareness that the mobile site is available.

With all businesses first impressions are critical and if your site is challenging to Navigate, has a Font that is so small you need reading glasses or if it takes more than a few seconds to Load, your clients aren’t coming back to your site anytime soon.

This service is available with a one-time setup fee of $299 and first year of $550. ($425 for non-profit organizations). Subsequent years are billed at only $450 per year ($350 for NP). Discounts available for long term clients.

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