Innovative mobile solutions include mobile website development and mobile SEO.
Online PR News – 06-June-2011 – – Los Angeles, CA – Internetmarketing.net announced the launch of its mobile marketing program, which empowers businesses to quickly and cost-effectively tap into the mobile marketplace. The new mobile program helps companies to customize their Internet marketing strategy to target new customers on mobile phones. Internetmarketing.net's mobile program offers mobile optimized websites, mobile search engine optimization, mobile pay per click advertising and application development.
The mobile program builds on many of technological advances made in search engine marketing to allow companies take advantage of the shift in consumer activity. People are turning to the mobile web more frequently to find the information, products and services they need.
Internetmarketing.net’s mobile program includes a free mobile optimized website that helps companies build their own mobile website.
Internetmarketing.net has introduced software to easily create mobile optimized websites. The sites find the type of mobile phone being used and redirects the user to a website optimized for that device. These sites are designed to be search engine friendly and to work seamlessly with all Internet marketing solutions.
The focus of the program is speed, functionality and enhanced search engine marketing exposure. Mobile SEO consists of more traditional SEO tactics blended with features designed for mobile search patterns. This includes mobile site maps, faster loading sites, mobile keywords, mobile site optimization and mobile link generation
The mobile program includes mobile features like click-to-map, click-to-call, mobile detection, mobile browser optimization, local services, social media integration, video integration and Google Analytics integration.
The launch of the program was spurred by the great expansion of the mobile market. eMarketer projects nearly 150 million Americans will access the web from their mobile devices in 2014, an increase from 85.6 million in 2010.
Mobile phones are changing the consumer experience. According to Google, 54% of consumers who researched online but bought offline used their mobile devices. Also, 70% of mobile users complete their task after one hour, compared to 30% on a traditional computer.
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Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Internetmarketing.net is a worldwide leader in Internet marketing services.