How to Make the Most of Your Desktop to Mobile Migration

In the rush to embrace mobile, it’s easy for businesses to neglect their desktop sites, but most conversions still happen via this method, so it is not advisable to disregard your desktop site completely. The best scenario is to have sites for multiple platforms; after that, it’s a matter of deciding whether you want a standalone mobile site, a responsive site which copies the desktop layout onto mobile, a task-oriented mobile app or a hybrid

25 Mobile Marketing Stats for 2014 that Matter

We’ve got work to do on our mobile layout and are making adjustments every month to improve how our site is displayed. It’s not easy given all of the different size viewports on devices, but mobile traffic growth continues to outpace desktop growth so we know it’s a great investment. There’s nothing more frustrating than clicking on a link and landing on a page you can’t read when you’re on your smartphone or tablet. Call

The Future of Mobile

Every few days, my daughter and I get in an argument over who has the charging cord. I covet my cord and she tends to leave her cord in her car. If our phones are both down to single digit charge percentages… watch out! Our phones have become part of our person. It’s our connective tissue to our friends, our current memory recorder, our friend that reminds us of what to do next, and even