Is your website mobile friendly?

repsonsive screen shots on mobile devices

Custom displays for iPad, iPad mini and iPhone 5.

Did you know that 65% of all digital media time is now spent on mobile devices and smart phones?

If your website is not already optimized, it would greatly benefit from a mobile ‘touch up’ so you don’t lose visitors or turn away potential traffic or sales.

We develop all new sites with responsive design in mind, right from the beginning, however, older sites that were built before mobile design was so important (or even existed!) should be updated.

Clean Web Colorado can modify your website style code so its display is optimized for mobile devices (tablets like iPad and smart phones including iPhones and Androids) – let us transform your current static website into a dynamic, flowing design that will look great at any size!

Contact us today to find out more and to get a custom estimate!

Call Cory (720) 588-0760 or email us info@cleanwebcolorado.com

 

*65% of all media time is now spent on mobile devices according to marketingland.com

responsive web design examples

Today I had a wonderful client of mine ask if it was possible to receive Google Calendar invitations that were sent to her other email account, such as a forwarder or other email provider.

We quickly resolved this by using 3 easy steps:

  1. For your alternate email address(es), create a Google account
  2. Go into the sharing settings and give your primary account full management rights (the account you want all the events to show up in)
  3. Make the ‘Automatically add invitations to my calendar’ setting “yes”

Your Google Calendar will now accept invitations being sent to your added email.

Google Drive shares will also be accepted that are sent to the alternate email address.

Easy! Awesome!

google-calendar-settings

We have built or worked on hundreds of small business websites over the years and often we find clients struggling to write and collect content for their website pages. Here are some helpful tips to getting started…

  1. Be Concise.
    People tend to scan rather than read every word so don’t waste space with rambling commentary. If eyes gloss over when reading to a friend you’ve overdone it.
  2. Be Relevant.
    Write specifics about your business, industry and market. You know your business better than anyone, right? Show visitors what you know and what you can provide. Imagine yourself as a newbie to your industry. What information would you be looking for? What are the first questions you would have?
  3. Be Useful.
    Google’s SEO Starter Guide states, “Creating compelling and useful content will likely influence your website more than any of the other factors…” So do that.
  4. Use Keywords, but don’t overdo it.
    Work with your web developer to find relevant keywords. Placing these throughout your content can help with search engines. Using them in every sentence or out of place is distracting and not helpful.
  5. Address Your Primary Goal.
    Are you trying to sell items online or direct visitors to your brick and mortar store? Are you trying to raise awareness of your brand or distribute information? Set one clear goal for your website so all paths can lead to one outcome.
  6. Convey a Mood.
    Is your business better served by showing how professional, how experienced, how friendly, or how affordable you are?
  7. Images Sell.
    Always take high resolution photos. Quality portrait and landscape images can be used by your web designer in a variety of ways so give them some options. Great product images are a must but don’t forget photos of your storefront, beautiful staff, and anything else relevant that might be helpful.