We just launched the new SeriousInjuryLaw.com. It features a mobile version for mobile devices, a WordPress backend for content management, serious search engine optimization text and mark-up, two custom themes – one for desktop one for mobile, new Google maps that has all easy markers, social like buttons for a bunch of social-media sites.
The website is built on the WordPress platform with a custom theme we designed for the group. The mobile version is tweaked mobile theme allowing the group to have a great mobile presence. Visit the website for this Arlington Texas Cub Scouts Pack.
- Does your business have a mobile-friendly site? If not, or if you’re not sure, we can help you get started.
- Do mobile sites require an App? No, a mobile user is automatically redirected to the user friendly mobile
version using your current domain name.
- 94% of mobile phone users use their phones when looking for local information. As a result, 90% of them
contact the business or make a purchase.
- There are more than 300 million mobile phone users in the U.S., and 90% of them access the Internet.
- Mobile web design improves user experience. Clear and simple – by reducing the load time of the website
to cope with slower connections and adapt fonts and graphics for smaller screens.
- Search engines give priority to mobile websites when searched from mobile devises. It makes sense for
business owners to use this opportunity to rank high on the likes of Google and Yahoo.
I thought it would be nice to feature a few mobile sites just to help with the Mobile Website excitement and our Get Mobilized campaign.
The desktop version of DebtDrs.com has several hundred (maybe a thousand) pages of content about personal finance, bankrupty, bankruptcy law, etc. The mobile version focuses on the important information a mobile user may want.
The mobile site features the firm’s TV commercials – you may recognize “the Debt Dr.” It also allows users to schedual an initial consultation on their mobile phone. My favorite part of the site is the maps app opening on my iPhone when I click the Google button. I am able to immediately route my way to the Lawfirm’s location.
I should quickly move to our own mobile site because I like it, and the link won’t hurt our SEO.
I followed all the rules with the HandsomeWeb site. The content was cut back a little bit, but the information a mobile user would look for is here.
Web Design, Search Engine Optimization, and WordPress Development are features on the mobile site.
The Blog portion of our mobile site is a WordPress Mobile theme tweaked to look to match our site. The main mobile site doesn’t link to the blog, but if you happen to land on a blog page while surfing, you’ll get a mobile page. We decided to prepare for mobile visitors because a lot of our blog posts have started appearing in search engines.
I thought it would be nice to feature a few mobile sites just to help with the Mobile Website excitement and our forthcoming Get Mobilized campaign.
First up is PlanFactory.com. Visit on your mobile device! The mobile site is displayed on my iPhone.
The Plan Factory provides custom home designs. Clients are able to communicate with the company via their mobile site. If the Plan Factory is designing your new home, and you are revising the plans to include one more restroom – this may happen: The architect uploads the current version of the plan, and you receive a text message on your phone. You go to the site, login, and see the message from the designer. You have question and send it straight to your designer. Clients can also schedule a face to face appointment right from the mobile site.
A recent study by Compuware, “What Users Want from Mobile,” indicates that mobile users expect an experience on their mobile device to be as good as an experience on their desktop. If their mobile experience is bad on your website, you can lose customers.
- 71% of users expect a mobile site to load as fast as a desktop site.
- 60% of users expect a mobile site to load in three seconds or less.
- 78% will retry a site two times or less if it does not load initially.
- 57% would not recommend a business with a bad mobile site.
- 40% have turned to a competitor’s site after a bad mobile experience.
- 23% of adults have cursed at their phone when a site doesn’t work.
Contact HandsomeWeb to get your site ‘mobilized’ now!
Mobilize Your Website!
The world is already mobile! Is your website?
Mobile websites are designed for a smaller screen, and load fast when users are facing less-than-opitimal bandwidth. If your site is mobile-friendly it can help connect with customers, find new customers, steal customers from your competitors with non-mobilized sites.
HandsomeWeb is dedicating the month of July to getting websites mobilized. Contact Us today to find out how fast, easy, and affordable getting mobilized can be.
No more losing the competition because visiting your website leads to a lot of zooming, scrolling, and eye-squinting. Get mobilized!
Put HandsomeWeb on your mobile website design team.
Put together the new look for the website this week. I am in the process of changing the look of the blog to match. I am a little sleepy because it is 4:51am. But I can’t sleep right now because there are two pork shoulders in the smoker I am keeping an eye on.
I don’t like white on blue anymore, so I made the blog black on white.
Arlington Bankruptcy Lawyer Ted Machi’s blog received a face lift recently from Arlington Website Design Company HandsomeWeb. Because the site has many pages creeping up the ranking of search engines leading to increased traffic. A new focus on the Machi & Associates, PC lawfirm was in order.