Create a Phenomenal Mobile Experience

By September 4, 2014Friendly Advice
Mobile Experience

Everyone is on the move these days. It’s go, go, go all the time. What does this mean for businesses? It means that people are accessing your information, your website and your social media profile on the run. This puts your name and your product or service at their fingertips, giving them immediate access to your information 24/7. To ensure your users are getting the best mobile experience possible, follow our checklist below.

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Checklist #1: Does your website work well on mobile devices?

If your customers can’t easily navigate your mobile site, they’re sure to drop off and head somewhere else. If they can’t get to the information they need quickly, it’s just as easy for them to find another company with a better site.

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Checklist #2: Are you branded?

If a customer finds you on Facebook, heads to Twitter for the latest information and then jumps on your website, will it be a seamless transition? It’s important that everything from colors to logos are similar, if not identical, on all social media sites. You want users to correlate the visual look of your Google+ page (or any other social media account)  with your website.

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Checklist #3: Can they contact you easily?

This applies to everything from NAP (name, address, phone number) to local listings. Is your name, address and phone number clearly listed not only on your website, but also your social media pages and local listings? Many customers will do a last minute search for a product or service and just like with your mobile site, they will move on if they can’t find your location or contact information.

As a leading printer in Scottsdale, we see the value in a digital presence along with traditional marketing methods, such as brochures, mailers and postcards. While we design your business cards and posters, let us help you make sure your customers get the best mobile experience by creating a branded image for your business.

For any of your design or printing needs, call 480-596-6300.

Andrew Pinch

About Andrew Pinch

Andrew has been working in the print industry since 2003, working in prepress, management, and ultimately owner of print shops, including Printing Solutions of Tempe, Arizona. See Andrew's LinkedIn Profile here.