Depco Drilling needed improve their visibility in Google and make sure that, once found, their website was easier to navigate than their previous website. Their new website was launched last week and features: Fully responsive, “mobile-first” design A simplified and concise services list Embedded photo galleries for their fleet Visit their website at www.depco.com.au. Responsive website […]
We’ve been advocates of mobile friendly websites for a long time. In late 2010 we started implementing “responsive” design techniques into our workflow. In late 2011/early 2012, responsive design became part of our standard website design process. We couldn’t see the point in not making your website mobile friendly from the outset. Of course, mobile […]
Last week Google started rolling out special labelling, identifying websites that are mobile friendly: These new labels only appear when you do your search on a mobile device (which makes sense) and at this stage it doesn’t appear to affect your actual ranking. I expect it will affect your click-through rate though – more people will probably […]
Saw this on Twitter this afternoon: If you were wondering how pathetic the iPad app market is…Phraseology sold 8 units yesterday and jumped into the Productivity top 100. — Greg Pierce (@agiletortoise) November 6, 2014 Whilst the demand for creating apps hasn’t waned (I still get asked about them often), I continue to hear stories of […]
A recent article by email newsletter platform Campaign Monitor has revealed some startling statistics about how and where your emails are being opened. While these statistics belong to email newsletters specifically, when the size of the data is in the billions we can still draw some insights that can be applied to the normal one to […]
Mobile apps are all the rage. Should your business be developing an app?