Web and mobile technology that accommodate Your Prospects Anytime, Anywhere!
These days everything is mobile. Responsive website designs are the hottest buzzwords in internet marketing with good reason. PC sales are dropping while mobile device use is on the rise and as technology and innovation is improving, smartphones have become more powerful, affordable and more common than personal computers.
Fact is 97% of consumers research your brand online before they call or come in. Your site will either convince them that you’re exactly what they were looking for, or they’ll decide you aren’t.
Your website is your online storefront, and if you don’t take that fact seriously, your prospects won’t take your business seriously. From the time a visitor lands on your website you have only SECONDS before they decide to stay on your website or bounce and go find another website.
80% of Internet users own a Smartphone and use it to access the Internet. Mobile devices have overtaken desktop PCs as the viewing platform of choice and mobile Internet usage has surpassed desktop Internet usage in 2015. In fact by the end of this year, the number of Internet users worldwide will have soared to 3 billion users which make 2015 an important year, celebrating the supremacy of mobile internet. The challenge is that about 50% of mobile users report having difficulty interacting with a webpage and you cannot afford to overlook the importance of intelligent design with high quality content.
Mobile Responsive Websites
Another alternative solution is a responsive web design – a new approach to building websites. It’s about crafting a website with a fluid layout that adapts or responds to be usable and aesthetically pleasing across a wide range of devices. The result is an optimal viewing experience for smartphone, tablet as well as desktop computer users. It helps to ensure that users stay on your site, rather than to give up and head to a competitors’ website.
We recommend responsive website layout to those customers who want their website content to display correctly and uniformly on a variety of devices, platforms, and screen sizes, but don’t need advanced features.
Don’t run the risk of losing a potential customer or lead because of a bad user experience. If you are designing a new website, or thinking about a redesign, going responsive is the logical choice. Expand your Website’s Reach to a Growing Number of Mobile Users by Going Mobile Responsive!