AreYouMobile is at its heart a Mobile Website Builder. Now if you have read the about AreYouMobile it might make it a bit easier to understand but in straight forward terms it allows you to build a mobile version of your website in mins from your existing site. Built on tried and tested design and UXI (usability) ,which makes it a great solutions for a lot of companies.When you install your AreYouMobile site all it does it peg on to your existing site so when a mobile user visits your site they goto what you have created on AreYouMobile.
No hidden charges - please see pricing if you're unsure. Don't forget that you can see what it will look like before you (and after) you pay.
The main problem is some sites haven't even bothered to embrace the mobile age; this includes so big name companies. Statistics now are that if your site is not mobile ready and built to be friendly to your mobile users you're losing business and thus money. See stats below...
*as of May 2014
Now some sites have at least tried to mobile optimise their site via responsive design but even this has limitation even if done 100% correct, which unfortunately fairly often isn't.
I do get a questions like... "My site is responsive already is it for me".
Good responsive designed sites (basically means content scales with browsers sizes eg same size but smaller) and don't get me wrong I was at the fore front of this using php to do similar stuff before it became mainstream but as great as responsive designs or if your site is responsive the same drawbacks occur. Now of course if your site isn't even responsive there are even more issues/ problems. Below are some of the main issues / problems that website owners face if they are not mobile ready...
Now you got to take into account that weather a site is responsive or non- responsive you are still asking a user to download your entire desktop website on their mobile, this means they download the stylesheets, html, text, images, etc. Even if your design is responsive and hides some elements these are still loaded if not seen.
Asking a users phone to download all this firstly adds to increase costs (if user is using their data 3g,4g etc) and slower load times but above all else just means a bad user experience; hey I hate waiting.
Now this is a big part of getting mobile correctly or incorrectly. There are many issues that I could raise in this part all of which are covered by AYM but heres a bad UXI example. Have you ever seen it...
How can you click the first link in the graphic above on your phone, it's a hit and miss game, that why a full optimized mobile site is important and why sometimes being responsive isn't enough.
Have you every scrolled and scrolled on a site on your mobile just to get there relevant info you require? I have. In most cases a users is sold in the first 3 secs on your desktop site, now a mobile user really is even less than that they don't want loads of info; just summaries and they usually want to contact you pretty much asap. Now how many of us website owners (including me) are guilty of making a user goto the contact page to contact us, well that's ok on a desktop site as we are conditioned to do this but on a mobile site... why when you can have a click to call click to email or alike on the same page.
So that's the major 3 issues/ problems you may face. If your website is non-responsive you could have other issues such as...
Now don't get me wrong AreYouMobile isn't for everyone (if you not sure contact us) but the idea and concept is to help a majority of business and individuals who have a site but want to make it friendlier to their mobile users and address the above issues/problems.
It takes about 10 mins and costs 7.99. There are additional charges for optional extras but it's up to you if you want them. If you do want to change what you have created you can do this at anytime and there are small fees for this but please visit the pricing page if you are in any doubt. Of course if you have any questions we are here to help so feel free to contact us or you can ask a question at our FAQs.