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Building Credibility

Creating user friendly content for SEO-generated search is the first step in converting browsers into buyers. By communicating value-added messages that enhance user experience, you can build a community of people who trust your service and love your brand. Let me show you how to build credibility and expand your market.

Curating Creative Content

Inspiring Conversation

User-generated social networks that encourages people to Click, Tweet or Like You, inspires conversation. Listening to, and engaging your audience, is the second step in adding value to your brand. Let me show you how you to develop and expand your social network, nurturing leads to drive traffic and reduce marketing costs.

Social Media Connectivity

Evaluating Results

Tracking those Clicks, Tweets and Likes, reveals insights into your customers’ behavior. As more people use their mobiles to search, shop and talk, being able to respond quickly is the third step in adding value to your brand. Let me show you how responsive design and content helps increase revenue.

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Responsive Web Design Fuels Internet Growth

As devices and technologies evolve, new companies offering online services are springing up like mushrooms after a rainstorm. Flexible Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress, which runs 25 percent of the world’s websites, makes it easier to create and update content without knowing code. Iwritegreatcopy uses “Vantage”, a WordPress responsive theme designed for laptop, tablet or cellphone.

Already, an estimated 4.5 billion indexed web pages allow the world’s 3.26 billion internet users ample opportunity to happily browse, buy and sell to their heart’s content. This trend is accelerating.

As more people are surfing the web with their laptops, tablets and smartphones (2.6 billion of us have smartphones), Responsive Web Design (RWD) that displays content across multiple platforms, is driving mobile use. The current trend favours smartphones over tablets, especially among multi-tasking 18-34 year-olds.

For those users who are younger or older and less mobile, tablets are the preferred platform. This may reflect the preference for the larger screen size of tablets as well as different usage patterns. Tablet users are twice as likely to spend time gaming and half the time socializing as smartphone users. For those who use utility and productivity apps, smartphone users win hands down. Apps are where it’s at!

Phablets, smartphones with a larger screen size (5.5 inch+) is the next technological frontier. Citing Yahoo’s Flurry statistics, mobilesyrup shows that phablet sales are outstripping both traditional smartphone and tablet sales in Canada. When it comes to the latest gadget, screen size matters.


So what does this mean? To reach that growing audience of phablet users, web designers and content creators will need to create a positive user experience for those who use this platform. Larger screen sizes will, I predict, encourage more internet surfing and more online shopping.