Custom Mobile-Friendly Websites

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Sixty percent of all web pages are displayed on mobile devices, and your clients or customers now spend more time browsing the web on smart phones than they do on desktops or other devices.

Your website must be easy to navigate on iPhones and Android phones as well as laptops, iPads, Android tablets, Kindles, desktop PCs and Macs, and tabletop computers. Why? Because most (61 percent) of internet users are unlikely to return to a website that isn’t optimized for mobile browsing, according to Google.

The websites we create are optimized for mobile, using “responsive” design. A “responsive” website responds to each visitor, adjusting its display to fit the visitor’s screen. Google recommends responsive design and rewards responsive websites with higher search engine rankings.

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We develop all websites using WordPress, the No. 1 website development tool in use today. Seventy-five million companies (CNN, The Wall Street Journal, UPS) and individuals use WordPress, and thousands of technical people and web designers are involved in supporting and improving it. Learn more at www.wordpress.org.

WEBSITE MAINTENANCE OPTIONS

If you want to manage your content updates, we can train you, staff members and/or volunteers and provide excellent ongoing support. WordPress is a Content Management System that’s easy to use; millions of people already do use it to keep websites and blogs current and fresh.

If you have more important things to do, we can provide on-demand content updates.

Either way, we take care of all the technical maintenance necessary to keep your site online and safe, 24/7.

For more information, please contact us or complete this comprehensive form to request an estimate now.

SOURCES

Mobile Marketing Statistics compilation
Statistics on consumer mobile usage and adoption to inform your mobile marketing strategy mobile site design and app development

Google “Mobilegeddon” Has Officially Arrived
According to comScore research from the summer, smartphones and tablets combined accounted for 60 percent of total digital media time in May 2014, up 10 percent from the previous year. The new algorithm will reflect that growing trend, favoring sites with large text, easily clickable links, and optimized sizes that fit the smaller screen of a smartphone. Websites that aren’t mobile-friendly will be demoted in the rankings, which likely means a drop in traffic from a mobile audience. (2015)

Mobile Now Exceeds PC: The Biggest Shift Since the Internet Began
In early 2014,  the landscape… changed forever when Internet usage on mobile devices exceeded PC usage. (2015)

ComScore: Mobile Will Force Desktop Into Its Twilight In 2014
At today’s ComScore State of the Internet Webinar, the internet research firm presented data indicating mobile users would surpass desktop users in 2014. The data comes from Morgan Stanley and is consistent with its prediction in 2010 that mobile would surpass desktop within five years.

ComScore: Mobile Will Force Desktop Into Its Twilight In 2014
At today’s ComScore State of the Internet Webinar, the internet research firm presented data indicating mobile users would surpass desktop users in 2014. The data comes from Morgan Stanley and is consistent with its prediction in 2010 that mobile would surpass desktop within five years. (2012)

ComScore: Mobile Will Force Desktop Into Its Twilight In 2014
At today’s ComScore State of the Internet Webinar, the internet research firm presented data indicating mobile users would surpass desktop users in 2014. The data comes from Morgan Stanley and is consistent with its prediction in 2010 that mobile would surpass desktop within five years.

It’s Becoming a Mobile-First World
People are accessing stuff all the time on the go and that requires developers and publishers to think mobile first. (2012)

Mobile Devices Now Make Up About 20 Percent of U.S. Web Traffic
Mobile Web browsing continues to take off, with smartphones and tablets accounting for 20 percent of Web traffic in the U.S. and Canada, according to a new report. (2012)

Mobile Mania
Now more than ever it’s important that websites be optimized for mobile devices. (2011)

Google Launches Mobile-Friendly Site Initiative, HowToGoMo.com (2011)

New Study Shows the Mobile Web Will Rule by 2015
In a dense, 87-page report, Morgan Stanley analysts have charted the most important online trends and predicted the future of the Internet. In addition to forecasting more online shopping and showing the geographical distribution of Internet users, the study also shows a dramatic shift toward mobile web use. (2010)

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