Have you ever noticed when you look at a website on your mobile phone that most of the websites scroll up and down, some of the websites that you look at are too big for the screen, you have to move the website from left to right, the text is too small, and you have to make it bigger. Google is making a change. They want all websites to scroll up and down. This is because viewers want to have a positive experience when they look at websites. Google has noticed viewers will bounce off a website that is not mobile-friendly, especially new customers.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of
affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a
search engine's unpaid results often referred
to as organic vs adwords. Google adwords will rank your website instantly targeting your keywords with the exact keyword search that a customer will type in Google's search engine . In general, the higher ranked on the search results page, and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has now taken over
traditional copper phone lines. VoIP is cheaper to operate
and comes with more features already added to the phone
system. It is said that VoIP will eventually take over
traditional phones having already done so with the advent
of the Internet. We also provide hosted IP VoIP services.
Just plug your phone into your internet connection and we
provide local and long distance service.
Business text messaging will allow
customers/clients to text a business
directly from their mobile phone to
a company's desktop or email.
Text messaging has now become
the number one source of communication, other than voice, on a person's smartphone. We provide businesses with their own unique 10 digit text number, allowing them to send and receive text messages.
Our main focus is Responsive Website Development, Search
Engine Optimization, along with hosted IP voice services.
Like everything else in the IP universe, voice solutions are offered to businesses because they are cost-effective
and convenient. In addition, maintaining high-quality voice service in an IP environment is viewed as a competitive
advantage for the enterprise. Our main focus is the SMB Market (small to medium size businesses). Our concentration is now centered on having websites being mobile friendly, since the market has expanded from desktops, laptops and tablets to smartphones. All websites are now going to have to be mobile friendly to conform to the different browsers and different size devices. If websites are not mobile friendly, they will not rank high in the search engines.
Is Responsive Design just a marketing buzzword?
No, Responsive Design is a leap forward in the web design industry that affects both designing and developing for the web.
The constantly rising popularity of smart devices (tablets, phones etc.)
has created a serious demand for websites that are viewable on small displays.
Is your business mobile? It should be.
Creating a mobile friendly presence for your business is becoming increasingly important to staying relevant to your customer base.
Mobile usage accounts for over 20% of web traffic in the US, and 87% of
smartphone owners access the Internet through their mobile devices every day.
We pay considerable attention to our customers.
Google has announced an important update, as of April 21,
2015, websites optimized for mobile devices will
now receive preferential treatment in Google's search engine results.
As a result, mobile friendly websites will now rank higher in search engines. Officially, the update arrived on April 21st 2015, at which point anyone who had ignored the tips
and advice may experience reduced visibility in search engine results.
For years now, mobile usability has been a factor in
Google’s search algorithm. Sites that are optimized suitably
for use on mobile devices rank higher than their
non-optimized counterparts, even on desktop devices. But
until now, that ranking factor has been both limited and
ambiguous. Aside from a “mobile-friendly” tag
associated with various sites in mobile search results, it
hasn’t been entirely clear which factors Google considers
when calculating mobile rankings or how many sites (or which
ones) are currently affected. Because of this, many business
owners have postponed or avoided optimizing their sites for
mobile devices, and have survived to tell about it.
Starting April 21, 2015, that’s all going to change.
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The Internet took off quicker than anyone would have
predicted, growing like crazy. Now, for the past few years,
mobile growth has exploded onto the scene. The growth of
mobile Internet usage is also far out pacing that of general
Internet usage growth. These days it is hard to find someone
who doesn’t own a mobile device, or multiple services,
connected to the Internet. In the UK there are more mobile
phones than people, and should trends continue mobile
Internet usage will surpass that of desktop Internet usage
within the year. With the growth in mobile Internet usage,
comes the question of how to build websites suitable for all
users. The industry response to this question has become
responsive web design, also known as RWD.
Responsive web design is the practice of building a website suitable to work on every device and every screen size, no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Responsive web design is focused around providing an intuitive and gratifying experience for everyone. Desktop computer and cell phone users alike all benefit from responsive websites. a word from Google.