If you have a business like a retail shop, restaurant, service provider to a local area or florist that serves a small geographical market, people might be searching for your outlet, product or service from a mobile phone.
Very recently a minister in India went public with his ideas on the censorship of social networking websites like Facebook and Google. Needless to say that his preposterous idea was rebuked everywhere, even by the members of his own ruling alliance. It was interesting to note how the media covered the news and published scathing reports about the wild idea of the minister in question and his non-conforming behaviours of the past.
Advent of high speed wireless data networks and powerful hand held devices with computing resources matching those of a early 2000’s desktop has made the Internet omni-present. One can be anywhere and still be on the Internet, as long as the wireless services are available in the area and the device battery has the juice to deliver the mobile Internet experience. How do the classic and new modes differ?
Infographics are the flavour of the season and a good infographic can convey your information in a rather cool way. Our last infographic was from Google and showed some important stats about the super fast growth of mobile users and usage. Don’t you want to get a mobile website of your own, to address this fast growing reserve of smartphone users who will check out products and services from where they are? But where to begin?
Microsoft Tag recently attempted to sum up this constantly changing space with a single infographic.
Here’s the summary: The mobile market is large; local searches, games, and YouTube are all doing well on Mobile; and socializing is the most prominent use of the mobile Internet. See the full infographic below.
“Technology feeds on itself. Technology makes more technology possible”. These lines are not by me but by the famous American visionary Alvin Toffler. With the constant advancement with which the media world is moving uphill, our modes of communication have really changed a lot. Company or business promotion through mobile based websites has become a trend now and that it should be. This is because you can reach out to more customers because of this unusually unbelievable medium called the phone and with its gradual use; it has been converted into a technology itself.
With the progress in the world of media, our medium of communication has completely changed. Gone are the days when a personal computer was your window to the world outside. With many new age mobile phones, available in the market, your customer can now follow your business and your products directly from their phones.
How does your website look on a mobile phone? Are you aware that a large number of people are now searching for information and visiting websites while they on move – accessing information from their mobile phones. If they reach your website and it is not readable because the site renders in tiny fonts or gets heavily misaligned due to the vastly different screen-size, you have lost them.
Realtors need to offer a matching property as per the client’s needs – quick and just when they are looking for it. A mobile website can be a great solution for this challenge. Here is how: