One of the more difficult elements of most web design projects is getting quality content and imagery. However vAMMos and AMM have been on charity expeditions and trips to Bolivia for many years, so we had more than enough fantastic text, images and even video content to fill the website many times over.
vAMMos provides English speaking bespoke adventure tours in Bolivia, South America, exploring the towering snow capped Andean mountains or the winding rivers of the Bolivian Amazon. Over the last 6 years Dave and his team have been providing the logistics and support to safely position surgical teams into remote locations to carry out amazing sight restoration work in the Bolivian Amazon. Their contacts and knowledge, combined with British standards, make planning an adventure of a lifetime a safe and enjoyable experience. They provide a strong warning to adventurers that they don’t offer package holidays.
“We don’t do package holidays, but we do like working with guests who want to do something for the first time. How many people have walked the length of a river from start to finish? Do you want to make a trek that hasn’t been done before? Cycle or climb a hidden mountain or swim in secret rivers and lakes. Are you raising money for your favourite charity or finding the real you? Talk to us about it. We love adventure!”
One critical area for this website design project was ensuring that the website was fully visible and speedy as a mobile website. The concept of working in poor signal areas such as Bolivia made this more essential than normal. With over 70% of website visitors and views coming via a mobile phone.
We know vAMMos is delighted with the end results following this kind review on Google:
“We loved working with the team at Woya Digital. Very professional and they built us a website just as we wanted. We spent lots of time discussing ideas and we made many changes in order to get it just right. I couldn’t be happier with the end result. Great value as well. I went with a monthly option where they do all the updates for me and I can get on with running my tours whilst they promote the site for me. Definitely call them.”
About the Andean Medical Mission vAMMos supports the work of the Andean Medical Mission (AMM) in their efforts to eliminate avoidable blindness in Northern Bolivia. The amazing surgeons and support teams travel every year to remote villages where they carry out sight saving operations free of charge, for the many blind people living in the Amazon. Let’s speak about fundraising for AMM.
Considering the wide adoption from the business community, the message is pretty clear, It’s time to make your mobile website, mobile friendly… But what has prompted this approach? Why is there such a craze among webmasters to develop a mobile responsive website? Let’s take a look.
Tapping the Massive Audience
Currently there are 3.5 billion users connected to the digital world of internet through globally residing IPs. Out of these 3.5 billion users, 60 million dwells in the UK. Refine it further and you will find that 70 percent of the internet users (aged 16 or above) access internet through their mobile phones and smart phones. We tried summarising it and the conclusion we reach is:
Whether you are in England, Scotland, Ireland or Wales – if you are on the internet right now, statistically the chances are that you are on your mobile phone.
Now with such a massive audience to tap, who wouldn’t want to have a mobile website, mobile friendly?
You Don’t Just Have an Audience, You Have a Flock of Customers
Tapping a large audience doesn’t always translate into more business opportunities. But here, you have the McFlurry and you have the M&M as well to top off the experience. A report from Capgemini and IMRG revealed that during December 2016, 47 percent of the retail sales were made through mobiles. The report further goes on to predict that the ecommerce sales in the UK will cross the figure of £500billion by 2020. Out of which mobile commerce will contribute to a whopping share of 45 percent.
You have the audience and you have a consolidated niche that is ready to earn you some significant business.
Here is a bonus for our readers: Clothing, books and home electronics were the most popular consumer products that the residents of the UK purchased over the internet over the last two years. So all the concerned retailers, it’s time to call a meeting with your webmasters.
In the World of Internet, Google is the Ruler
Google too appears to be strongly advocating the idea of mobile compatible websites. With its recent algorithm updates, the search engine has been prioritising mobile friendly websites on its ranking table among the returned SERPs. Search engine optimization is the rule of law in this kingdom and webmasters are always looking for strategies and practices that can help them rank higher on SERPs.
As such having a mobile website that is mobile friendly can help you boost your website ranking.
And in the End, it’s the Reputation that Matters
The whole concept of a mobile website that is mobile friendly is to provide convenience to the users. They can access from the comfort of their palms, anytime and anywhere. That is the future as this improves a customer’s online experience and accents your mobile website and brand with glowing reputation.
When your customers are satisfied and you have a burgeoning reputation in the market. Nothing can stop you from being a competitive player in your industry.
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