Mobile Website Design Services
Take your business to the next level with a mobile platform!
Dear Business Owner,
Most business owners like you are looking for the best way to improve their mobile marketing campaigns and skyrocket their profits. One of the most untold secrets of creating a mobile website is having a site that is not only compatible with the mobile phones but also represent your brand strongly!
A mobile website should be focused to creating a direct response effect to any of the visitors who come on this site.
You are definitely looking for fast and profitable results; you must therefore implement a direct response website. A branding site will not get the job done unless you ready to spend a lot of money on the mobile website which is not reasonable
According to mobile marketing experts majority of local customers and prospective customers are actively searching for “local businesses”. This gives you the opportunity to build your mobile marketing list through an Automated Customer Lead Capture System. This is the most Ignored step in the mobile marketing and it costs businesses a lot of money in the future. If you want to save more money in future mobile marketing plans take time to have an automated lead capture on your mobile website.
A mobile website is a website that is designed specifically for mobile phone and tablet users.
If you have ever accessed web pages from a smartphone or tablet, you may have noticed that some websites are difficult to navigate, visually unappealing, and take a ridiculous amount of time to load on your device, while on your desktop or laptop computer they work just fine.
This is because these sites have not been optimized for mobile viewing!
55% of the world’s 6 billion mobile phone owners have smart phones, and 45% of those smartphone owners say that they use their phone over a laptop or desktop computer when searching for products and services.
What does this mean for you as a business owner with a website?
It means that if your website does not also have a mobile optimized version, you could be losing business to your competitors who have sites that are more easily navigable for mobile phone users.
A mobile website can be created from your existing website, or you could even have a brand new website designed for you that also includes a mobile optimized version. With so many people using smart phones these days, it has become necessary for the success of your business to have a website that is mobile optimized.
What is a mobile website design service?
Web Build Powerful Mobile Optimized Website For Businesses!
Contrary to popular belief of many mobile device users, a mobile-optimized website is a highly-functional, yet condensed, companion version to your main website.
A mobile website does not replace your main website; instead, a mobile-optimized website is a browser-based website which is specifically designed for optimum performance when viewed on a mobile device such as a smart phone (iPhone), cell phone, tablet (iPad), etc.
Traditionally, the content for a mobile website is in a list form, pages load quickly and many images found on your main website are simplified or removed in their entirety (though this last point is changing with more technology advances).
Mobile websites also have the capability to detect your device type and deliver the appropriate user experience based on your device’s specifications and capabilities.
With a mobile-optimized website, users (and your clients and leads) can engage you virtually at any time and from anywhere they happen to be with their mobile devices.
However, to effectively do this, you must have a mobile-optimized website.
Unfortunately, approximately 90% of all regular websites currently do not have mobile-optimized versions of themselves.
Instead, they are miniaturized versions of the website owner’s main website as loaded on a user’s mobile device.
Virtually all miniaturized websites are not optimal for usage with the mobile web.
While some standard websites can be viewed on a mobile device with a mobile browser, it is not a very comfortable user experience and, in many instances, downright impossible.
The reason for this is simple: When developed and created, the website developer did not take mobile devices into account when building the regular website.
There are several major differences between a full-sized monitor and a mobile display which make adjustments necessary to create a mobile-optimized website.
One major difference is screen size and resolution.
Additionally, low bandwidth for mobile web access not only makes images on a website load very slowly in mobile browsers, it may also cost the mobile user more money as the fees for wireless data transfer to mobile phones are, in some instances, considerable.
Another huge difference is color contrast and scheme, especially when attempting to view a mobile device outside on a bright and sunny day.
Accordingly, the color scheme of mobile websites must be chosen to provide the best possible contrast for easier readability.
Further, a mobile browser is a browser that is optimized for the small display screen and limited resources of a handheld computing device such as a smart phone.
A mobile browser’s interface is simplified to display content in the smallest viable space possible.
Therefore, mobile browser software is scaled down as much as is possible to address memory and bandwidth constraints found within most mobile devices.
It’s these same constraints that make it difficult to view many regular websites on a mobile device.
Mobile browsers connect to the Internet through a cellular network or a wireless LAN (“Local Area Network”). Some mobile browsers can display regular HTML sites, while others can only display websites that have been specially formatted for mobile browsers.
Content optimized for mobile browsers is typically text-based or low-graphic and may be written in languages that were designed for mobile computing.
Regardless if a mobile browser does or does not display standard websites, mobile users are now beginning to demand that website owners have mobile-optimized websites.
And, with technology constantly improving, it’s only a matter of (short) time that if you do not have a mobile-optimized site that you will lose site visitors, traffic and income.
Thus, with mobile-optimized websites, it’s no longer a question of “if” you need one; rather, “when” will you get one, with the longer you wait, the more at-risk you may be putting your business in for losing potential business, and revenue, from not only new leads, but from your existing client base as well.
With over a billion mobile device users, the businesses today have realized the advantage of investing in building mobile sites and engaging a vast number of users to promote their brands. Whether traveling or sitting at their home and offices, people seem to prefer using their quick, personal and low power mobile devices. If you are looking for a way to target a wider audience then mobile site is the solution for you.
Mobile Marketing Trends
- Google spent $750 million to acquire Admob, one of the largest advertising networks that specializes in delivering ads to mobile devices. (Apple also bid to acquire Admob and was outbid by Google. Shortly thereafter, they created their own mobile advertising platform, iAd)
- Apple now call themselves a Mobile company, not a Computer company anymore.
- Millions of websites have gone “Mobile Friendly” in their design.
- (Mobile Facebook users has reached (and surpassed) 150 million)
- The “average” person is said to look at their mobile phone 37 times a day. (I think it’s more than that)
- The Mobile population is now 5x bigger than the Internet population (meaning you have a chance to get in front of a much larger audience)
- The “open rate” on text messages (aka SMS) is 5x higher than the open rate on emails. (while we are still big proponents of email marketing, it is easier to get your marketing messages seen when they are sent as text messages)
Mobile Marketing Growth
– Total US mobile and social media revenues-including consumer and business access, content, advertising and marketing-is expected to grow 30.8% year over year in 2012 (PQ Media January 2012 via Marketing Profs)
– Mobile payments are expected to quadruple to $630 billion by 2014 (Juniper Research).
We believe one of the biggest takeaways from the above statistics is that mobile is not only here to stay, it is becoming increasingly important in consumers’ daily lives and will only continue to become more important in the coming future.
Thus, it is critical for business owners to stay ahead of, or at least with, mobile technology’s exponential growth.
Failure to do so could result in less than desirable and, in some instances, catastrophic results.
Now, for your business, let’s next take a look at and analyze your website to determine if you have a mobile-optimized website.
If you do have a mobile-optimized website, we will let you know, and congratulate you as your business will be ahead of the game and a vast majority of your competitors.
If you do not have a mobile-optimized website, we will let you know that as well.
We will also provide you with both a critique and analysis of your website and, more importantly, make recommendations and offer solutions for you to consider so that you may have a mobile-optimized website.
Are you seeing the trend?
Companies, both big and small, are investing their time and efforts into expanding the “mobile device” market and the more this occurs, the more opportunity you have to get in front of your targeted audience.
What does this mean? This means that your customers, your leads, and your prospects are visiting your website from their smart phones. But, why is this problem? Well, if you have a Mobile website, then there is no problem! However, if you have a standard site and you don’t have a “mobile optimized” site, there is a good chance your visitors are going to move on to your competitors sites which “ARE” mobile optimized. If you’re still confused, let me show you the difference between a standard site and a mobile website.
Can you see the difference?
Which site would you rather view on your smart phone? It’s a no-brainer right? Standard sites are not made to fit on a smart phone. You need to make sure that you have a mobile optimized version of your website. Don’t worry though, in a few minutes I’ll explain how you can personally go about making sure that your website is “mobile optimized” in the next day or two. But before that, let’s talk about some benefits of having a Mobile version of your Website “just in case” you still don’t see the importance of a Mobile Optimized Site.
Now you can see the difference in a mobile-friendly site opposed to a standard site. Your users/customers are going to love you for making their lives easier.
Taking online business to the next level
We all know mobile devices have become as ubiquitous as people themselves. And these devices once made for calling, are now used for much more than that. With the introduction of commercial mobile internet a few years ago, web browsing trend has completely changed.
More number of people are using their mobile devices to access internet. So, it makes sense for businesses to have sites that work smoothly on mobile. And sites designed specifically for mobile devices give the best user experience on them.
What we do
Mobile sites are different from websites in the sense that they have a different layout and tappable buttons instead of clickable links. Although, the layout of mobile site is different we keep the basic feel and brand image similar to the website, so that users can identify the brand immediately. Apart from brand image, the content and menu options also remain the same, so nothing is lost in translation and users don’t miss out on important content just because they are using mobile devices.
For any business to bloom, it is imperative to know its target audience. So our team delivers to you the designs which will attract a specific class of users. Before delivering the final product, we focus on testing the mobile website across a cross section of devices such as iOS, android and windows.