About Get Your Mobi
GetYourMobi.co.uk is a UK based web design agency who specialise in mobile web content.
With over 10 years experience in the web design industry we know the importance of keeping up with technology and providing up to date solutions for our clients.
Using a mobile phone to access the internet is not ground breaking news but with the introduction of more sophisticated and powerful handsets available more and more people are using their mobile device as the web browser of choice and it has been predicted that by 2013 the majority of the population who browse the internet on a daily basis will opt to use a mobile.
There have been a lot of developments recently not only in mobile technology but in the way we access the internet. Service providers now offer bundled packages that include unlimited texts, calls and internet browsing.
We appreciate that a great deal of UK businesses will have taken the first steps to promote their services through the world wide web by having a website designed, perhaps employed the services of a search engine optimization company to get them found and probably have some sort of social network page designed. All this has to be congratulated and is the basis of getting your business message or service seen by millions of people online across the globe.
Have you tried viewing your website on your mobile?
Most websites designed until now may look great on a PC or laptop but are not compatible with mobile phones and do not display as they should. The text is usually too small and you have to scroll right to left and left to right just to read the content. You may have also noticed that the images do not look right!
It is our belief that by not having a mobile compatible website you could be missing out on potential business especially when you consider that according to the Office of National Statistics their results for 2010 say that 30.1 million adults used the internet every day or nearly every day. They also report that 31% of internet users connected via a mobile phone, up from 23% in 2009