Technology is rapidly spreading, but so is the opportunity for convenience. We have grown from newspapers to online news and social networking sites. Now, we do not only have to use the computer to access things online, but we can use other devices as well such as iPads, Kindles and Smart phones.
On these hand held devices we can access all kinds of things that may be of important to us such as the news and things that are work related. We can use them for fun or just to stay connected to the rest of the world through social networks like Facebook and Twitter. For most people their most used hand held device is there phone. To them it is as if a computer and phone combined right at the fingertips, being able to handle business related things through emails and conference calls.
If you are managing a business or trying to start one then why not have access to your business through your phone. A business is constantly running so you need to be updated on it even when you are not by laptop. In order to properly manage a business you need to have other ways of staying connected to it.
Mobile Friendly Business
It is recommended to have a business that is mobile friendly.
“There are a couple viable routes to building mobile friendly web sites. You can utilize a full mobile friendly version of your site in addition to your standard presence, or if you are considering a redesign of your existing web site, a great alternative is Responsive Design; where the layout of your website is created in a flexible manner to render to fit the device it is loaded on”, says Payman Taei, Director of Operations at HindSite Interactive, Inc. a web design and web development firm our of Maryland.
Having a website is a great start, but also being able to upload it to another device is a plus. Some people think that having an online business is very beneficial and that by having a mobile friendly one is advancement.
“Everybody wants to know, who you are and what you’re all about? So, if you have one then they would check your website”, says Tranice Gutrick aspiration Musician. “If I wanted a gig at the V.M.A awards then a sponsor could just check me out on my website and see how many fans I have and all of my musical accomplishments. Having a mobile website would allow me to instantly and easily update my website or business. It just makes business on the go much easier.
Whether you are an owner of a web design and development agency or an aspiring musician trying to start a business, you can agree that having a mobile business is the way to go. Technology is moving onward so why shouldn’t you?
Tashima Mitchell is an aspiring writer. She has written for companies such as Easy WebContent and the Michael Eric Dyson Show.