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What does your website look like
on a cell phone?!?!
friendly Cell Phone Web Design

"T" Touch Web Design develops affordable and professional friendly cell phone websites.

friendly Cell Phone Website Design

Our purpose here at "T" Touch Web Design is to design a Google friendly cell phone website for you, so that when your customers search for you, on the web (with their cell phone), your Google friendly cell phone website is the site that will be displayed on their cell phone.

Usually websites appear to be all jumbled up or are very difficult to navigate through, when accessed via a mobile phone or a smart phone. Try opening your existing website on mobile device and you will see that the experience of browsing your site is not the same, when viewed on a Desktop or a Laptop.

Mobile websites are best suited for:
  • press (phone number) to dial
  • Store / Dealer locations
    • Google Map location
  • pricing display
  • hours of operation
  • Contacts directory
    and other information which makes it easier for your customers to get in touch with you.
3 Problems with cell phone websites, according to Google.
  1. Websites are usually slow to load.
  2. Websites won't fit on a cell phone screen, which requires scrolling and difficult navigation.
  3. Websites are difficult to read on the cell phone screen.
As you probably know, Google ranks websites, according to various criteria. One of these criteria is how fast your website will load on a cell phone and as stated earlier, most websites do not load very fast on cell phones.

Google says that they recommend a website not take longer than 5.00 Seconds to load because of the "want it now" thinking of most cell phone web surfers.

Our Google friendly cell phone websites are designed to load anywhere from 0.15 to 0.27 seconds, which appears to be more than adequate.

Information about contacting you is displayed (very readable), and your phone number is displayed at the top, where your web viewers simply can press the phone number and then press SEND (on their cell phone) and that will initiate a call to you.