Does it look like the one on the left or like the one on the right?
It matters a lot.
a) 1 in 5 searches, according to Google, is now done on a mobile phone
b) after looking up a local business on their phone, 61% of users called the business and
59% visited it
c) 79% of smartphone internet users use their device to help with shopping
d) 74% of smartphone users did buy as a result of using their smartphone while shopping
e) Google reported a 400% increase in the number of searches done on mobile devices in 2011 compared to 2010
f) Google estimates that by the end of 2013 searches on mobile devices will overtake computer searches.
That means that more than half of the people visiting your site will do so on a mobile phone.
So, let me ask you: when potential customers visit your site on smartphones, what do they see?
If they DO NOT see a version of your site optimized for mobile devices, you are throwing a good chunk of money down the proverbial drain.
People on mobile devices find, they do not search (browse). Usually, they are on the go, they need information fast.
Specifically, they’re looking for your location, or your phone number, your services… And they want it fast, or they’ll go somewhere else.
They’ll visit one of your competitors. So, YOU LOSE, YOUR COMPETITOR WINS.
So, let me ask you again, what does your website look like on a mobile device?
The problem with most standard websites is they that they are not designed with mobile phones in mind, so they’re hard to read and navigate on mobile devices.
In addition, they take forever to load (or they might just freeze the mobile device), important information is hard to find, people need to scroll left and right, up and down like crazy to find it.
Some popular mobile devices don’t even have the ability to loan websites created with flash.
Let’s look again at a standard website and a mobile optimized one. Huge difference, wouldn’t you say?
On the mobile site, all essential information is easy to find, and likely customers can call you with just a click of a button.
Mobile optimized websites are designed to automatically resize, so they fit perfectly all of the most popular smartphones. Users don’t need to zoom in or scroll left and right and right and left.
So, if you were on a mobile phone, searching for the address or hours of operations, or some other such information about a business, which of these sites would you prefer to see, the one on the left or the one on the right?
Creating a mobile optimized version of your website is both easier and more affordable than you think. And we do all the hard work for you.
Don’t lose out on a huge revenue pie. Don’t give your slice to your competitors.
Contact us today.
We’ll create a sample site so you can see for yourself what an optimized mobile version of your site can do for your business and your customers.
There’s no obligation at all.
So, contact us and request your free mobile optimized website right now.