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Convert your website in 5 easy steps!

The Benefits of  Going Responsive

A responsive website looks good no matter whether you’re looking at it on a phone, tablet, or desktop. A good user experience can translate to more visitors, more sales, and a stronger overall web presence. Making your website responsive is a small price to pay for a big return.

  • Increase conversion rates
  • Optimize the user experience
  • Improve SEO
  • Stay competitive
  • Save time maintaining multiple sites

Get Mobile: The Statistics Don’t Lie

  • Over 50% of website traffic comes from mobile devices

  • 40% of visitors will go to a competitor if you don’t offer a good mobile experience

  • More than 20% of Google searches are done on a mobile device

  • In 2014, mobile Internet usage overtook desktop usage

  • Users are 67% more likely to buy a service, if they had a good experience

minimum web traffic coming from mobile in 2015 – 61%
people who won’t stay and squint – 40%
people who won’t stay and squint – 40%

How We Do It

We’ll follow our Easy 5-Step Process to Convert Your Website

one-evaluate
two-collect
five-launch
four-review
five-launch

Convert to a responsive website for as little as $1,250

Convert your current website into a responsive design. For $1,250, we will convert up to four website pages and you will have complete ownership of your site including the hosting and domain name. The cost of the WordPress theme is included and additional pages will be $99.
Your websites is built on a premium Responsive WordPress theme. WordPress is inexpensive, easy to maintain and update, user-friendly and offers a library of free plug-ins and features you can use to customize your site.
With WordPress, we have the capabilities to offer a range of features including a slider, a boxed format design with a border or a full-page format, a custom contact form, social media icons, a custom favicon and a responsive google map.

What Exactly is a Responsive Website?

Responsive design refers to a technique that enables websites to change their layout and content based on the device being used to view them. The design literally responds to its environment. For example, if your site uses responsive web design, a visitor who opens it on an iPhone will see a layout that is optimized for that phone’s smaller screen. This includes functions such as:
Links placed far enough apart allowing users to easily tap the link they want
A font and text size clear enough to read without zooming
No mobile un-friendly software, such as Flash
Viewport fits the screen so users don’t have to scroll horizontally or zoom

FAQ:

What’s the difference between mobile and responsive design?

Responsive design requires you only have one website that is coded to adapt to all screen sizes, no matter what the device the website’s being displayed on. In contrast, a mobile template is a completely separate entity requiring you to have a second, mobile-only website or subdomain. Mobile templates are also built for each specific site, not per screen size. This can cause some issues.

How do Responsive Websites Work?

Whenever someone visits your website, their phone, or tablet, or laptop, or desktop transmits a tiny packet of information that reveals it’s screen size. Responsive websites know (through something called a “media query”) how to use that tiny packet of information to rearrange elements, adjust sizes, and make other changes in how they display menus, design elements, and content. The important thing to remember is that no matter no matter what device your customer is using, they’re still seeing the same website. It’s just rearranged and adjusted to provide the best possible experience of your website, on any device.

Did You Know?

One Website is Better

Having 1 URL makes it easy for users to interact with the website and having 1 website to maintain is easier than managing multiples sites that are mobile-ready.

Google Prefers Responsive

Responsive sites are more efficient for Google to bot crawl the site, index, and organize all the content that is online making it SEO-friendly.

Questions about how to get started? Contact us to learn more.