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It's not falling apart, it's getting bigger by the day, but the fragmentation is all about how people access it.
Let's turn the clock back to 1997... A website was just becoming popular. Most businesses didn't even have one back in those days. But those that saw and recognized the coming revolution not only outsmarted, they clobbered their competition by being the first in their space to aggressively embrace the internet. By having a website, by selling their product or services via their internet, and by collecting the names and email addresses of their prospective customers, it was heyday heaven for those early pioneers.
Back in those days the only way to 'see' a website was to type in or click on a url (website address).
But ohhh, times are changing again!
Today you can access the internet from a pc, from a laptop, from a smart phone, from a tablet, and so on, you get the idea?.. Fragmentation!
And just like the technological climate of 15 years or so ago, things are changing again - only this time even faster.
It's this avalanche of changes that have been cascading down upon us that have led us to totally reinvent our business, our products and our services.
In fact, it is indeed exactly why we began selling custom phone apps for any business through our TheICANetworkApps.com site, and we quickly became a leader there.
It's also why we began offering guaranteed first page search results for local businesses through our SEO service site, TheICANetwork.com
It's all about what's happening with the fragmentation of the internet and how people access it from their mobile devices. If you have a smart phone you know what I'm about to say is precisely accurate.. Most of the websites you type in or try to access are nearly impossible to read, see, or navigate on that small screen.
The simple fact of the matter is, the resolution of the graphics is designed for much larger screens and therefore load to slowly on a mobile device, if they indeed load at all. And, those sites designed for desktop viewing almost always have far too many words per line. It's okay for a desktop site to have 12, 13, 14 or even more words per line, but try and read that line on a 3-inch screen.. Next to impossible!
I could go on but I'm sure you get the idea. A website that is designed to be easily seen and navigated on a 14-inch or larger monitor is just not view able in any kind of friendly format on a three or four inch screen.
It's imperative that you are mobile ready for what's happening. Just like 15 years ago, those early adapters crushed their competition, built their businesses ahead of the curve. The same thing is taking place exactly right now. Think it's safe to wait a year? It probably isn't. Here's why...
It's currently estimated that there are over 1,300,000 androids, not counting iPhones, being activated - every day - worldwide. And, it is estimated that by the end of this year over 50% of all internet traffic will originate from these smart mobile devices.
If your website is not formatted, if it is not mobile friendly, if it is not easy to navigate on that tiny 3-inch screen, your visitors will leave as fast as they got there.
I told you earlier, how we have been reinventing our business to be positioned for the new internet, the new Web 3.0. And I'm the first to admit there is always a learning curve involved in anything new, and I'm sure you've heard this before.. If you're not keeping up you are - therefore, logically, falling behind... Fortunately the learning curve for the new Web 3.0 is not that challenging.
We now own some very special software that we use to reformat and make just about any website mobile friendly. You know, so it can be seen on that tiny screen. Up until now if a website owner wanted to have a website that was 'mobile friendly' they had to just about strip out everything at their site and just go with some basic items, virtually making their mobile version a shadow, or more adeptly said an apparition of their primary desktop version.. Not so, not true, not with us.
Our unique software aided by a human eye can now very efficiently take a website and render it viewable on the small screen without changing the richness and fullness and objective of the desktop version.
For example, instead of showing graphics at say their original 680 dpi (dots per inch) our software reduces that down by about 90%. Still very rich, very viewable on that small screen.
Here's another example.. When we work on a website to render it 100% mobile friendly if there are more than a dozen words or so per line we merely shorten those lines. We do not remove the words, we just make the paragraph deeper.. You see the difference?
There is nothing that we can do nor can you to stop this phenomenon. If your website is not mobile-friendly, if your visitor has to squint, has to physically manipulate and enlarge their mobile screen or scroll right/left to see your site, they will leave.
You know yourself, in the business world, that if you do not make it easy for your customer or prospect, if you put up those proverbial 'road-blocks' they will leave the store, they will hang up the phone, they will not do business with you. The internet is no different.
We are one of the few companies that can guarantee Google® will place the indicia next to your link showing that it is a mobile friendly site... more traffic. And get this, even higher rankings! Because, without that mobile friendly indicia issued by Google®, they actually push you down in the organic search results results.
But, once your website IS mobile friendly, your listing will be more likely to rise to the top of Google's rankings. This could of course translate into more traffic, customers, leads, and money for you!
While most large businesses already have already invested in making their websites mobile friendly, millions of small businesses are LOSING BUSINESS every minute because they haven't had the budget or incentive to convert their old "desktop-only" web design.As we speak 1.3 million smartphones are being sold every day
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