We invite you to watch this short video about mobile web.
“If you don’t have a mobile strategy,” says Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, “you don’t have a future strategy.” Given the pace at which companies are adopting the “Mobile First” mentality, it appears that the business world is heeding Mr. Schmidt’s advice. We invite you to watch this short video to see why and how mobile web, needs to be your first priority right now.
Jumping into mobile web is a daunting task for those unfamiliar with mobile’s vast technologies and resources. However, with the right partner, the process of mobilizing your business doesn't have to be painful.
For the overwhelming majority of businesses today, there are only three mobile musts that companies of all sizes should employ. And, auspiciously for those presently immobile on mobile, getting started with mobile websites, mobile payments, and mobile advertising couldn't possibly be easier or more affordable.
1. Launch a Mobile Website
Mobile searches are fast becoming the primary way in which consumers find anything and everything they need locally. If you want new customers to find your products or services, create a mobile website. Providing customers with a website optimized for the smaller mobile screen is essential. Best of all, setting up a mobile website is fast and surprisingly easy. Start a free, no cost, no obligation trial. We will build your mobile web demo site for you. Pay us only when it goes live.
2. Use Mobile Payments
From large retailers tired of clunky cash registers to delivery service professionals who can’t accept credit and debit card payments, mobile offers an invaluable array of solutions. PayPal, for example, offers a mobile credit card reader as a small accessory that plugs into the audio jack of smartphones and tablets, transforming them into mobile payment terminals that can swipe credit and debit cards to securely process payments.
3. Trust Mobile Advertising
According to the Interactive Advertising Bureau, 70% of mobile device users view ads on their smartphones as “personal invitations.” So effective and affordable are some leading mobile advertising solutions that businesses are bucking more traditional forms of print and electronic ads to go mobile. The recent explosion in demand for daily deal sites such as Groupon and Living Social has proven that people want to receive relevant, timely, and targeted offers on things they are interested in.