Why Do I Need a Website?

Reason #1 – Online Presence - With a website, your potential customers will find out about you, your products, promotions, and services.   

Reason #2 – Customer and Prospect Expansion - More than 3.2 billion people use the internet every day, and 90% have purchased something, or contacted a company and that means extra traffic!

Reason #3 – Competitive Advantage - Almost 50% of businesses do not have a website.

Reason #4 – Decisional Clarity - Helps your prospect make intelligent, timely decisions.

Reason #5 – Business Showcase - Displays your newest offers, products, services, events, photos, or any other content.

Reason #6 – Round the Clock Advertising - Your website runs 24/7 for your prospects and customers.

Google discovered 97% of American consumers use online media when researching products and services.

Why Do I Need a Responsive Website?

 A responsive website can make or break your business.

A responsive website is a single website that adapts to any sized screen – a mobile phone (Smart Phone), tablet or desktop – no pinching or horizontal scrolling is required. The design instinctively adapts to the device on which it is viewed. In contrast, a non-responsive (static) website has too small a text and is not laid out correctly.

The customer who visits a responsive web design, trusts that the company is current and relevant.

Three Main Elements to a Responsive Website:

•  Fluid Layouts: elements on a website that resizes as the window size is changed.

•  Responsive Images: adapt to fit the resolution, viewport and layout for any device.

•  Media Queries: enables webpage content to adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions.

We at Visual Webs can design your website to adapt to desktops, mobile devices like tablets or smartphones.

Statistics and Interesting Facts:

Customers are Increasingly Going Mobile - Smartphones and mobile devices are quickly becoming the desired method to access internet.

Mobile User Number are Increasing - The number of users in the US will climb to 270 million by 2020.

Decline for Non Responsive Websites is Eminent - Websites not optimized for these smaller screens can experience a concentrated decline in their search engine rankings.

Mobile Usage Is Increasing – 77% of Americans own a smartphone. 64% of Americans are shopping more often on their smartphones. Mobile usage is exploding. In today’s day and age, most people turn to their mobile phones when looking for a business or service.

Social Media Increases Mobile Users – 55% of social media happens on mobile devices resulting in more links be shared, which drives more traffic to your website.

Responsive Websites Improve SEO Rankings – Per Google, mobile devices have a separate search algorithm.

Responsive Designed Websites Provide A Better Overall User Experience – mobile-friendly sites provide no “pinching” or “zooming” resulting in a better overall user experience.

Danger of Google Penalties - The websites that are mobile friendly will rank better because they are providing a better user experience than the other websites

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