Happy Friday! I hope you had a great, productive and profitable week. There was lots going on for me. Not only did I did extensive research and brainstorming on several new PLR product ideas for you – more on that next week – there were also several powerful offers that came on the market. Most of them I didn’t even mention because, frankly, I don’t think they are worth it. On the other hand there were a few that were extremely powerful and one’s that I think are worth a look to see if they’re a good fit for your
In the rare case that you haven’t heard Google announced a change to their mobile ranking algorithm which happens today – April 21. In short, what this all means is that search results on mobile devices will be rank ordered differently compared to what you will see on a desktop. And of course preference will be given to sites that are “mobile friendly.”
My good friend who happens to be a great customer as well, Dino Iannuzzi of MobiGorilla.mobi just published a great article on the differences between mobile websites and responsive designed websites. He also talks about which ones you should use. I know that many of my customers are confused by this. And since he already wrote a great article explaining the details I thought I should pass it on to you.
Here’s a short video illustrating the new, powerful feature we just added to the WP Local Mobile WordPress plugin. Now you can add HTML content – text, embed video and images – on the mobile home page, either above or below the “Click to Call” button. This is a feature that many of our customers requested. Now you’ve got it!
Why Local Small Businesses Need a Mobile Site There are 3 critical reasons why a small business MUST have a mobile ready website. People are searching everyday for local businesses on their smart phones These same people leave if the site is not optimized for their mobile phone The people that do stay on the site – because it’s mobile ready – either call or visit the local business over 75% of the time. A research study released on the Google Mobile Ads Blog on April 26, 2011 stated that: 95% of smartphone users have searched for local information And