WHUK Partners to Offer goMobi Mobile Website Builder
WHUK has partnered with dotMobi to offer the goMobi mobile website builder to its customers
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WHUK announced on Monday that it has partnered with dotMobi to offer the goMobi mobile website builder to its customers.
Having a mobile website is important for businesses of all sizes, but having access to the resources to create a website specifically for mobile devices may not be available for small or medium-sized businesses. Offering a tool like goMobi gives these customers a quick and easy way to optimize their website for mobile devices.
dotMobi is a wholly owned subsidiary of Afilias, and goMobi includes features like click-to-call, m-commerce support, Google maps, social networking and custom analytics to enhance customer engagement on mobile, according to the press release.
Customers can choose to build a mobile-friendly website from an existing website using its built-in how to create your own website transcoding feature, or create a new version from the ground up.
goMobi is offered through several hosting provider partners, including the Endurance International Group properties.
“We are delighted to welcome WHUK and its customers to the goMobi platform,” Eileen O’Sullivan, chief operating officer of dotMobi said. “We’ve seen terrific growth over the past two years and look forward to bringing the mobile web to more businesses with WHUK.”
While partnering with a company that offers a tool like goMobi is the most popular route, Go Daddy recently acquired a mobile website creator app M.dot, which enables customers to create mobile websites from pre-loaded templates.
“We strive to deliver innovative products and services to our customers, and goMobi’s user-friendly interface, offers an easy, quick and inexpensive way for businesses to build mobile websites to meet the needs of customers on the mobile web. We are utterly delighted to partner with dotMobi as we roll-out the goMobi service to our clients,” Barbara Jones, WHUK business how to create your own website development manager said in a statement. “There has been a major shift in how customers engage with businesses. Until the recent past it was laptops and desktops, now its mobile phones and tablets. Businesses that provide a great mobile experience to customers stand a better chance of succeeding in the today’s market.”
The partnership comes a month after WHUK launched its channel partner program, which could see the mobile website builder offering extended through its channel as well.
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