Why do I need a mobile web site?
  1. The world is mobile
  2. Your community is mobile
  3. Your customers and prospects are mobile
How does having a mobile website benefit my business?

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  • Broaden your network of customers. The world is mobile. More people than ever have a smartphone and are using the local web. them to find local business
  • Make it easy for your customers and prospects to find you. Hardly anyone leaves home without their iPhone, Andoid, Blackberry or other mobile handheld these days—A mobile website gives you visiibility no matter wherever they are. It can be viewed from your prospect’s phone no matter where they are
  • Present new marketing and advertising opportunities.
  • Give you a competitive advantage. It can give you a leg up on your comettitors
  • Give the public easy, mobile access to your company’s services—with such services as click-to call, click-to-map and other geo locating features
  • Inevitability. The mobile web is here. Mobile smartphones and tablets are set to surpass PCs as the most common way to access the web.
How do the statistics back up having a mobile strategy?
  • 1 billion smartphones in consumers’ pocket (Forrester)
  • Consumers have increased their use of smartphones to access retail-related information by 50% in the past year alone (comScore)
  • 56% visit a local store after search for it on the mobile web
  • 85% of mobile devices are web enabled
  • Mobile search has grown 400% in the past year
  • 1 in 3 mobile searches have local intent.
  • 30% of restaurant searches are from mobile devices
  • 56% visit a local store after searchi for it on the mobile web
  • 82% of priceline mobile users boo on day of arrival versus 45% of desktop users
  • 79% of large online advertisers do not have a mobile optimized site
  • 15% of searches for finance and insurance companies are from mobile
  • 17% of auto searches are from mobile
  • 55% of adult cell users now use their smartphones to go online
  • 30% of restaurants searches are from mobile
  • – Source: ComScore, Google Insights

Are their any design limitations?
At this time we do not support any e-commerce, database-driven sites, membership sites, and some search functionality may be limited. Additionally, If you have a flash based site there may also be some limitations.
Do you support all smart phone devices?
Mobile websites built by us will work properly on all major smartphones that have a browser including iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile.
What happens after I sign up?
Contact us and one of our professionals will contact you to perform a consultation and get all the necessary information to give you the mobile site of your dreams.
How long will it take for my mobile site to be designed and go live?
On average, your mobile website will be live within 1-2 weeks, depending on the amount of design work required.
What happens if I update my regular website? Will the mobile version change as well
Your mobile website syncs automatically with your original website, so that updates made to the content of your regular website (eg. copy, images, videos) will immediately appear on your mobile website. If you do not want your website to sync automatically this can be disabled upon request.
How will mobile phone users reach the mobile version of my website?
Once your mobile website design is complete, Our certified professional will set up the “redirect”, so that people who browse your website on their phone will be redirected to your mobile website.
Do I need to purchase a new domain name for my mobile website?
Once your mobile website design is complete, Our certified professional will set up the “redirect”, so that people who browse your website on their phone will be redirected to your mobile website.
Can I cancel my custom mobile website if I don’t like it?
Once your design professional begins work on your mobile website, you may not cancel your order. However, we will do everything possible to make sure you are satisfied with the look and feel of your mobile site.
After the site is completed and setup, how do I make changes to my mobile website?
Once your mobile site has been completed and is live, our automatic sync feature updates your mobile site as you make changes to your regular desktop site
What is my monthly fee for?
Your monthly fee is a licensing, hosting and analytics charge, this is vital to keep your mobile site running smoothly with updates from your primary site, quality secured hosting and analytics emailed to you automatically.
Who do I contact if my mobile site isn’t functioning properly?
We offer great email support.
I already have hosting and want to host my standard website myself. Can I?
You can’t use your own hosting. Our standard mobile webste are cloud computing based and offered as software as a service (SaaS) from a server that has centralized resources. These centralized services allow us to issue rapid updates and upgrades as the need arises. As iPhones, Androids and other mobile devices inevitably change our robust SaaaS facilitates quick updates—so your site remains healthy and looks great on the small screen
I want to make sure I like my mobile website design. How many design iterations can I get?
Your mobile website design is based on your existing website design. If you are happy with your website design you will be more than happy with the mobile website design! To ensure you get what you want we will provide up to two design
Does the design fee include graphic design work?
We don’t offer custom graphic design work. Images must be provided by the customer. If you do not have graphics, we offer a limited gallery of stock images for use on your mobile site.
Does my site include all the premium features of a premium site?
All the premium features that We offer will be available for you to use. These include the click-to-call, SMS business info, click-to-map, as well as analytics. [/column]
Build Mobile-Optimized Websites… follow the industry best practice of using responsive web design, namely serving the same HTML for all devices and using only CSS media queries to decide the rendering on each device —Google