Mobile Website

Advantage of Mobile website

  • Easy to Use :- Mobile websites are significantly simplified and easy to use and read on a small screen.
  • SEO-Friendly :- Our mobile websites are search-engine-friendly from the start. In other words, they make it easy for potential client to find your mobile website using any one of the mobile search tools they are using.
  • QR Codes :- Mobile website has the flexibility to merge with your print and mobile marketing strategies, making it even easier for potential clients to connect with you.
  • Improve Customer Relationships :- The nature of marketing has changed completely. A mobile website improves your business-customer relationship by making available the details of products and services anytime, anywhere.
  • Increased Levels of Enquiry :- With a mobile website, customers will be one tap away from contacting you - and you'll be less likely to lose customers due to frustration.
  • Increased Average Time on Site :- If a visitor is able to easily navigate your pages and the content written in mobile website, the chance of converting visitors into customers are more.
  • 24/7 Visibility & User Access :- There are more mobile smartphones than personal computers, and the amount of internet content consumed by smartphones is set to grow exponentially.
  • Bandwidth :- Mobile websites consumes less bandwidth at the time of loading and hence explains the faster downloading speed. It also helps user to save cost by reduced data usage.
  • Faster Website Load Speed :- A mobile ready website will load rapidly because the code is structured in a way that it is compatible with mobile devices.

Disadvantages of Mobile Websites

  • Web site content :- The mobile users may be unsatisfied and will have a negative experience if they chose the wrong content. For that you have to make sure that the mobile optimized content is right.
  • The devices and screen sizes is harder to optimise :- In markets different devices are available with different screen size, so that one-size-not fits-for all approach, so a mobile site won’t be the right size for all screens.
  • What happens to visitors returning from different devices? If a user can find exact information on a desktop, but can’t trace it again when they return on their mobile device then the experience could be negative.
  • Requires separate support :- The contents need to be updated twice which should be done by your web agency, but it’s definitely time consuming task at the time of offer updates.

FAQ

Yes,Most of the Internet searches will be performed using smart phones than on PC’s and Laptops combined. Experts say that nowadays mobile devices are the most commonly used way to access the Internet. In today's world a website that does not have a mobile friendly experiences that only the reason some one lose their business.


A regular website is usually designed for viewing on a desktop computer. A mobile website is a smaller, rearranged version of your website design to fit logically within the screen of a smart phone like iPhones, Android, Microsoft…..etc. When viewed on a smaller mobile device, the user experience isn’t that great as certain elements from the site might not appear or may not function optimally.


Most of the mobile devices with an HTML-enabled browser that supports CSS and JavaScript are supported. This includes the iPhone, Android phones, some Blackberry devices, and Windows mobile. Mobile-only websites do not currently display on tablets, like the iPad or Galaxy. These devices have larger screens than most smartphones and we don't feel that a mobile website improves the user's experience, so ODS does not display a mobile website to these devices.


Your mobile website will have (in most instances) the same look and corporate identity as your regular website, however it may need adjustment for faster loading and will definitely be easier to navigate. It will contain key information and depend on your overall marketing strategy, will include several key functions and specific pages.


Apps are developed for specific devices (e.g. iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, etc.) so you would need to pay a developer to build and maintain separate apps for each device. A single mobile-optimized website, on the other hand, is compatible with many devices. A mobile-optimized website is the most affordable and easy to manage solution for most local small and mid-sized businesses. Mobile sites increase your visibility and don't require your customers to download a piece of software to their phone. A mobile app can be an interesting marketing solution, as they can have additional functionality that mobile websites do not, but they are typically more expensive and they do not negate the need for a mobile friendly website.


Content count is unlimited. There is no technical limit to the quantity of content that can be on your mobile website, the site is for mobile users seeking limited information only, so we recommend keeping content to an absolute minimum.


The main complaint from mobile users, who visit a full web site on their mobile devices, is how much time and data is required to load the site and how hard it is to find the information they need. Most of these customers abandon such sites quickly out of frustration and are unlikely to return. A Mobile friendly site resolves these problems and satisfies your mobile visitors by giving them quick and easy access.


Customers can add links to their Mobile website as desired, which can link to content on their own site, or to third party sites.


Absolutely not. More then 85% of people all over the world are using mobiles. There are 4 billion mobile phones in use worldwide, compared to 1 billion PCs, and people are progressively using their mobile devices for accessing information on the web – particularly when they are on the go, away from a desktop PC.