Sydney-based web design company Get in the Loop recently launched a new array of services that focus on building websites that are friendly to mobile devices.
The Free Press Release Center reports that Get in the Loop is releasing these services in order for small businesses to stay competitive in a market increasingly reliant upon mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Along with making websites mobile-friendly, the company offers tools in social media, online marketing, and building the client’s brand.
Get in the Loop’s web design services will make web pages responsive; that is, the website will automatically configure its content in order to fit into the device’s screen size, thus improving the user’s browsing experience. In addition to making the website more accessible and attractive, Get in the Loop’s services save the clients time and money. That’s not to mention the fact that their web pages will be more visible to search engines such as Google and Bing.
Companies that maintain a blog, for example, have on average 434% more indexed pages than companies that do not.
Paul Antonievich, Get in the Loop’s cofounder, is an avid proponent of mobile accessibility in web design.
“Today’s online customers are accessing business websites via their phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers,” Antonievich said. “They are attention poor and highly demanding so businesses need to stay ahead of the curve with their online presence. Google even recommends responsive web design for small-medium businesses, so that’s got to be a good thing.”
The company also offers clients other important web services such as inclusive hosting, cyber security, custom training, and customer support. All in all, Get in the Loop’s latest services will provide small businesses of all kinds better web content as well as more time for them to focus on their actual business.
For nearly 20 years, Get in the Loop has helped businesses across several different industries in their web design needs. Some of their clients include Sony, Aiwa, Telstra, Panasonic, Tourism Australia, and Lend Lease.