Now that was a motor race… —

There was plenty to talk about after the Spanish Grand Prix, not the least of which was that first, amazing, win for Max Verstappen. When I predicted a few weeks ago on this site that Max would win a race in 2016 with the Red Bull A-team I certainly didn’t imagine that both Merc drivers […]

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Posted by on 05/24/2016 in Uncategorized



Issued: (05/13/2016)

Future-Proof Your Business Today– Get a Mobile Friendly Site

Projections of mobile search traffic suggest that there will be more people searching the web on mobile devices than on desktops by 2014. What’s more, mobile search growth isn’t expected to stop. Research also shows that consumers are now accessing the web from their mobiles at home too, partly due to the speed and ease-of-use of such devices.

Mobile friendly websites can benefit all businesses by driving significant additional sales and revenue. Research has found that web retailers could increase consumer engagement by 85% by having a mobile-friendly website. Fast growing mobile search traffic combined with the simplicity of mobile website navigation and design is therefore proving to be an explosive combo for businesses that implement mobile friendly websites into their marketing strategy.

Web Mobile Strategies is based on a mobile website creation platform that makes it easy to turn existing websites into mobile optimized sites. Just because a website can be viewed on a smartphone does not mean it is mobile-friendly. Unless you provide a mobile version, a potential customer visiting on a mobile device is left with a mess that’s hard to view and all but impossible to navigate.

One company has decided to solve that problem.

Web Mobile Strategies take everything that’s great about your current site and streamline it into a version any common mobile device can read. Their sites are compatible with most popular mobile devices, including iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, and some Blackberry devices. They’ll even update your current mobile site if it’s proving less than successful.

By adding specific features such as, Click-to-Call, Maps & Directions and even an Open Table reservation feature for restaurants, Web Mobile Strategies really makes a difference and ensures that the websites they work on are competitive, no matter what the economic climate.

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Posted by on 05/13/2016 in Branding


What are you doing to capture your mobile audience?

Brand health Using an adaptive website design that performs well on desktops and mobile devices is becoming the trend more commonly known as “responsive” websites.

My recommendation for those that get a lot of mobile traffic (taxi companies, tow, locksmith, restaurants, etc) is to get a fully customized mobile site. The user experience will be better than a responsive site.

The issue with responsive sites is that, in most cases, you can’t control what is shown on mobile devices. All too often, what’s shown on the mobile device is an shrinked version of the desktop version to display on a smaller screen. The mobile site should be a “Readers Digest” version of the desktop site. Fewer pictures and enough text to give the mobile visitor enough information to give them a reason to do business with your company.

Lori M said:

So many people, me included use our smart phones DAILY to shop and do whatever we need to do. If you don’t have a mobile website I encourage you to get one.
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6 Facebook Stats for 2012


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Pinterest Infographic


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Posted by on 05/07/2013 in Branding


Let’s get digital…with LEDs!

Let’s get digital…with LEDs!.

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Posted by on 03/07/2013 in Branding


The biggest announcement Facebook didn’t make

Facebook redesigning!

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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Facebook on Thursday unveiled a News Feed revamp that will make content more personalized and engaging. But the reason behind the redesign — advertising — barely got a mention.

Facebook depends heavily on promoted posts in its News Feed for ad revenue. If you “like” a brand’s page on Facebook, your friends might start seeing ads for that brand with your name or face next to them.

Yet the old News Feed format didn’t give much real estate to brand advertisers, and if you’re not “liking” pages and activities, Facebook is making less money off you. It’s in Facebook’s best interest to keep its users returning to the site, and actively engaging with its content and ads.

“What drives engagement drives monetization,” says Ken Sena, an analyst at Evercore Partners. “For Facebook, the News Feed is its product — and its way to monetize…

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Posted by on 03/07/2013 in Branding