If you’ve looked at your web site statistics lately you may have noticed a pretty dramatic increase in visitors on mobile devices. With 45% of American adults owning smartphones, the increase shouldn’t be a surprise.
Maybe you have been thinking that it’s time for you to provide a mobile version of your site. If so, you’re absolutely right. But if you’re like me, you don’t relish the idea of writing the responsive code for a mobile version of your site — or worse yet, a mobile version of several sites.
Well, as it happens, we have just started to offer something that may make your life a lot easier: goMobi.
goMobi is a mobile web site builder that provides a way to create a mobile version of your site with a ton of great, essential mobile features, all with a few mouse clicks.
Okay, there are more than a few clicks involved, but it’s ridiculously easy to use.
Your mobile site is hosted on goMobi’s servers, so there’s nothing to upload or configure. All you do is drop a few lines of automatically generated code into your main web site that detects mobile visitors and redirects them to the mobile version of your site.
Added bonus: you can buy goMobi service for a site that we host or ala carte, for use on a site hosted anywhere.
We showed you The Internet as it was in 1996, but are you ready for the Internet circa 1969?
They were surprisingly accurate in their predictions (even if the film does suffer from mid-century gender stereotypes).
I know that when you woke up this morning you thought to yourself, “I wonder what a 1996 instructional video about the Internet would look like?”
Oh, you didn’t?
Well, we have one for you anyway.
Enjoy as a
fake fancy archaeologist guides you through the fascinating online world that exists right at the tip of your virtual fingers. Wow!
Microsoft is still at it with their TAD VMLimited character campaign.
A funny video can go viral and jumpstart your startup. Check this video out…
I think the Kinect is really cool. But combining one with a shopping cart? I don’t think this is going to fly. I’m sorry, I don’t need a shopping cart to follow me and tell me what I can and cannot buy.
The checking out part is cool though…
The love affair between Microsoft and Google continues. In this installment, Google Apps comes under fire from the Microsoft Business Productivity folks (the online Office suite that competes with Google Apps).