What is a responsive or mobile website and why does your business need one?
In short, mobile websites are purely designed for smaller screens. Whereas, responsive websites are designed to work and be viewed on all types of devices; such as desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and even mobile devices (iPhone, Android, Blackberry, etc.) – view PushPin.Biz on a laptop, mobile phone, or re-size the browser window for a responsive website example.
The in-house experts at PushPin.Biz can help you plan, design, and build you a responsive business website or even just a mobile version based on your current website. Our site design service gives you the opportunity to fully customize and develop your online presence in order for your customers or clients to interact with your business in a completely new way.
All Features are Limited Only by the Imagination
100% Responsive or Mobile Site Design
Sell Your Products or Services Online
Directly Target Your Local Community
SEO Optimized Structure & Design
PushPin.Biz Web Analytics & Reporting
Increase Customer Retention Rates
Communicate with Your Customers
24/7 Maintenance & Priority Support
We Understand How Web “Users” Think
Users’ that visit websites aren’t that much different from customers’ in a local shop. As a web visitor, we tend to glance at each new page, scanning only partial text – looking for a link that catches our interest. Unlike a store, if we are unable to find what we are looking for, we are given the all mighty option of hitting the “back button;” which then allows us to continue our search process.
We are all on the go thanks to smartphones. How do your clients or customers find the best places to visit, shop, or get stuff done? Mobile Phones. If your business doesn’t have a mobile friendly website, then they’re not finding you. Grow your business the right way with a responsive or mobile website. More importantly, don’t just be “found” – Get NOTICED for being different and more “local” than your competitors with PushPin.Biz!
Source: American and Internet Life Project (March 2012)
Source: Gartner (2010)
Source: Cisco (2010)