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Frequent Asked Questions

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These responses to common questions can help you understand the value of a mobile site.

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answer.png Your desktop site analytics can tell you a lot about how people are accessing your site. Look for searches coming from mobile operating systems and determine what percentage of your total traffic this is. Also note what these users are looking for—this will help you prioritize the right info and features when you build your mobile-friendly site.


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answer.png The statistics are compelling, but it’s understandable that you’d like to know for sure if a mobile site will drive business for you. Luckily, it’s not an all-or-nothing thing. You can experiment with a single mobile landing page and see how it performs before committing. It’s a relatively small investment and will provide learning you can leverage when you build a full mobile site.


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answer.png Mobile is very important for local businesses. When your customers are out and about, they could be looking for the closest business of your type, from gas stations and restaurants to legal or medical help.
In fact 95% of smartphone users have looked for local information on their phones

 

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answer.png Not necessarily. Most sites will show up on a smartphone, but unless they have been designed with mobile in mind they won’t provide a great user experience.
A truly mobile-friendly site is tailored 
to the needs of mobile users and the capabilities of mobile devices.


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answer.png Sure it can wait…if you’re willing to risk missing out on a ton of business. Soon, more people will be accessing the Internet from mobile devices than desktop computers1
 By 2015, mobile commerce will reach $119 billion worldwide2.  Can you afford to wait while your competitors beat you to the punch?

1. Gartner, “Gartner’s Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users, 2010 
and Beyond: A New Balance,” 2010
2. Forrester Research via Google, “What Users Want from Mobile,” July 2011


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answer.png Mobile ads are a great advertising solution because they reach consumers in a targeted and efficient way. 
But imagine this: a customer has just clicked on your mobile search ad and reaches your…desktop site.  They have a negative experience, and it leaves them with a bad feeling about your business. In short, if you run mobile ads that lead to a non-mobile-friendly site, you’ve only done half the job.


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answer.png Mobile apps can be an important part of your mobile strategy, but the fact is, they are not a replacement for a mobile-friendly site. Apps are platform-specific and take a lot of work to update. A mobile site, however, will work on any mobile device with a browser. And, when you want to update content, it’s much simpler to do it quickly.


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answer.png Absolutely not. 85% of Americans age 18 and over have a mobile phone, including 68% of people over age 653
What’s even more amazing is how quickly mobile usage is growing. By 2015, there will be more than 7.1 billion mobile devices in use.

3. Pew Internet, “Generations and Their Gadgets,” February 2011

 

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answer.pngA mobile website designed by AyFi Design including all features, starts at just $499 (one time fee) and then just $49 dollars a month for hosting and maintenance.
If you would like to have and specific page for just your mobile website, 
like a mobile coupon, we can do that for an extra charge.
Request more information for details.


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answer.png It usually takes from 1 to 2 weeks, but it depends on the volume of orders we have at the time. 


To request more information, please fill out the form below.


 

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