Mobile Site of the Week: Perlego

Mobile Site of the Week: Perlego

On a scale from one to 10, how secure do you feel your data is on your mobile device? Do you have a passcode, GPS locator, or data backups? If not, you need to take action now before something severe happens. Most mobile devices on the market are left without any kind of protection, which is why you need Perlego – a mobile security service easily accessible from your mobile browser. I believe a company is meant to be mobile should at least have a mobile site.

We like it because: Perlego’s site menu is well organized, integrated their Twitter feed on the site and incorporated their blog to be mobile-friendly. We like how Perlego’s site educates site visitor’s on mobile security and how and where to get Perlego.

Mobile-friendly features they use are: mobile-friendly images, links and forms; mobilized Twitter feed embedded; and click-to-email buttons. If you ever have questions about a service, how’d you like for the company to exclude contact information? That happened to me before, and I was extremely upset. It’s crucial for companies to accept comments or questions of all kinds.

Their mobile website can be found at: m.perlego.com

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Mobile Site of the Week: NYC Seminar Center

Mobile Site of the Week: NYC Seminar Center

How cool would it be to hold a seminar in the Big Apple? If I were invited to a seminar in one of the greatest cities in the United States, count me in! By the looks of the rooms available in their mobile-friendly virtual tour, I’m more than eager to check out the facility in person.

We like it because: the homepage is very appealing and the site’s really easy to navigate. New York City Seminar Center’s front page is well-designed from top to bottom with very little text, click-to-call and maps buttons under the logo for easy access, and used a separate template to make their blog compatible.

Mobile-friendly features they use are: the click-to-call and maps buttons, embedded YouTube videos, and seamless check out. NYC Seminar Center integrated features that most haven’t discovered yet on Duda – YouTube video embedding. Our team loves how NYC Seminar used the videos as a virtual tour for those interested in renting.

Their mobile website can be found at: mobile.dudamobile.com/site/nycseminarcenter

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Mobile Site of the Week: Florida Southern Plywood

Mobile Site of the Week: Florida Southern Plywood

Ever wonder why kids like to play with wooden sticks? Maybe they were born to make a treehouse or be a construction worker. Whichever it is, what I like a lot about Florida Southern Plywood is how convenient it is for customers to order wood from them. From observing the photos the plywood company has on their mobile-friendly site, it’s a service I’d call in an instant for my future projects.

We like it because: Florida Southern Plywood put on their homepage what a lot of companies don’t: a click-to-call and maps button. We also like how well organized the site is with their menus and their stunning showcase of finished projects made with their products.

Mobile-friendly features they use are: the click-to-call and maps button. Leaving customers to scavenge how to contact or locate your business will without a doubt result in loss of customers.

Their mobile website can be found at: m.fspcjax.com

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Mobile Site of the Week: Half Moon Bay Brewing Co.

Mobile Site of the Week: Half Moon Bay Brewing Co.

Get ready to hear a broken record: Restaurants lead local businesses when it comes to going mobile. Google says that more than 30% of all restaurant searches are done from a mobile device, so this makes sense to me. We also know that patrons are usually looking for a menu, phone number and directions when they visit restaurant’s mobile website. Half Moon Bay Brewing Company makes it easy for their visitors to get this information by putting it front-and-center on their mobile homepage.

We like it because: Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. went above and beyond designing their mobile-friendly site and integrating many of DudaMobile’s premium features. What our blog teams likes most is how clean, simple and appealing the brewing company’s mobile site is.

Mobile-friendly features they use are: The click-to-call and click-to-maps buttons, OpenTable reservations, a photo slideshow and a mobile menu. It’s a time saver for both Half Moon Bay Brewing and customers to be given the option to make reservations from a mobile site.

Their mobile website can be found at: m.hmbbrewingco.com.

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