Mobile Responsive Website Design

Fact: Odds are, your website sucks.

Sorry if that’s blunt, but it’s true.

“But, I spent $6,000 on my website only 4 years ago, and I think it looks great!” some of you will respond.

To which I say: Go look at it on a mobile phone, and tell me how it looks.

Go on, really, I’ll wait.  (Here, you can even borrow MY virtual mobile phone)

If you’re one of the 6½ in 100 who like what you saw, then you should go check out our other services, like Exclusive Lead Generation or our Analyti-Call platform.

If you’re in the 93+% who saw UGLINESS, then you can now understand my seemingly harsh words earlier.

Here are the facts:

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Customers and Clients are looking for you online, and when they find you, they either love what they see or they hate it.

If they love it, it could mean a call within an hour!

It all comes down to…

Digital Curb Appeal


And while, like most businesses, you understand now the need for a web presence, you’re still relying on an outdated paradigmmobile 2BEAUTY and FUNCTION are the solution

Here is what a well-designed, functional website looks like:
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(Go ahead, play with the! Resize the windows! View them on your mobile! (and our site, too!)

THIS is what a well done, mobile-responsive site can look like

…and we’d be happy to build one for you.

FACT: These sites have sold for $5000-25,000 EACH, with a $1k to $5k monthly retainer to certain groups, but our normal prices are about 1/5th of that.

How much?

Ah, price!  That timeless question!  The short answer is: It depends!  Contact us via the form above (or below) and one of our specialists will work with you.

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Epilogue: A Tale of Two Sites

Post-Epilogue: Raw Statistical Data

Let me lay these facts out straight:  (FACT: People Love Bulletpoint Lists!)

  1. 96% of smartphone users have encountered sites that weren’t designed for mobile devices.
  2. 67% of users are more likely to purchase a product or service from a mobile-friendly site.
  3. 74% of users say they’re also more likely to return to a site in the future if it’s mobile-friendly.
  4. On the other hand, 79% of users who don’t like what they find on a mobile site will go look for the information they need on another site.
  5. Additionally, 52% of users said a bad mobile experience made them less likely to engage with a company.
  6. And even if users really like a business, 50% of users will use that business less often if their site isn’t mobile-friendly.
  7. 48% of users say they feel frustrated and annoyed when on sites that are poorly optimized for mobile. 36% say they feel like they’ve wasted their time when they visit those sites
  8. 48% of users that report a business’ site didn’t work well on their smartphones took it as an indication the company didn’t care about their business.

Smartphone Users’ Ideal Browsing Experience

  1. 76% of users want to get location or operating hours from a mobile site.
  2. 61% of users want to be able to click-to-call a business on their mobile site; 54% are looking to send an email.
  3. 53% of users want to download an  app on a business’ mobile site.
  4. 48% of users want to be able to access a company’s social networks from their mobile site.
  5. 41% of users want to be able to play a video clip from a business’ mobile site.
  6. 78% of users want to be able to find what they’re looking for on a mobile site in just one or two clicks. The same percentage of users cites a desire for a search bar that’s both easy to find, and to use.
  7. 76% of users want a business’ mobile site to fit the small screen of their smartphone better.
  8. 64% said they want to only scroll up and down, not left and right.
  9. 69% of users called for bigger buttons that are friendlier to their fumbling fingers.
  10. 74% of users want mobile sites to look clean and efficient.
  11. 74% of users also cited they want the option to go to a full, non-mobile site version.
  12. 73% of users want a company’s mobile site to make it easy to save information from the site for future reference.
  13. 73% of users also cited a need for fewer long forms — forms should have few fields, and not require too much scrolling.

(You read them all, didn’t you 😉 )

You’re obviously intrigued if you’re reading all the way down here! Shoot our sales team an email, tell ’em you read to the bottom, and they’ll make you a great deal! (Sales @