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Yearly Archives: 2016

Portrait of a Mobile Consumer

Data. That all-encompassing word that covers a topic many of us barely understand, let alone appreciate. We just know it’s there – helping us to upload files to the Internet, access social media on our mobiles, and play our favorite shoot ‘em ups on the console of your choice (with friends hundreds and even thousands…
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HostingCon 2016, here we come! New Orleans

We’re excited to share the news that our team will be at the HostingCon 2016 event in New Orleans, ready to showcase the newest version of goMobi, and to meet up with clients.. We invite you to visit our booth to get to know more about our reseller solutions. How to connect with us at the event:…
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Device Redirection: How to do With Siteonmobi

If you have a desktop site with little or no mobile capabilities, we recommend redirecting to a companion Siteonmobi site so that your site can be viewed at its best, and fastest, across all devices. If you are using Siteonmobi as your desktop site as well as mobile site, then redirection does not apply to…
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Connect with Customers and add Click-to-Call to your

This week there was a great post on mobiForge on the how adding a Click-to-Call link increases the mobile friendliness of your website. The piece highlights the apprehension that exists around making a website work on mobile devices but stresses that a simple addition like Click-to-Call is a great initial step. It goes into good…
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Why Businesses really need Mobile Payments?

With Google Wallet and Apple Pay leading the pack for mobile payment systems, it is highly likely that mobile payments will eventually become a standard point-of-sale option for most retailers. However, the adoption of mobile payments is experiencing erratic growth, attributable to the reluctance of small businesses in adopting such systems. In this blog, we…
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What Does “Responsive” Mean?

Web designers can choose from a number of different methods to provide mobile visitors with an optimal viewing experience from any device. The most common approach used today is the ‘classic’ Responsive Web Design (RWD) approach. It’s also possible to choose other approaches, like adaptive design, or RESS (Responsive Web Design with Server Side Components).…
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