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5 Of The Best Mobile Website Builders For etailers

By Darren Pierce on Jul 15, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Last week we talked about a few guidelines etailers can follow to better optimize their mobile websites. This week I’m taking it a step further by introducing a few specific tools etailers can use to make developing a mobile website less of a chore.

The next time your clients start talking about mobile, you can chime in and point them toward a few of these resources.

1) DudaMobile

With DudaMobile, you have two options to create a basic mobile site. You can automatically gather content from your desktop site or choose from a handful of mobile templates. Either way, you have customizability with their drag-and-drop builder.

2) Landr

Intuitive and easy to use, Landr is a great tool for creating simple mobile landing pages. It’s cost-effective (only $9 per month) and provides basic features like click-to-call, forms, and custom buttons.

3) goMobi

goMobi is all about helping clients create sites that generate value. They assist businesses in developing mobile sites with a variety of useful features like coupons, forms, booking requests, click-to-call, and shopping carts. Similar to DudaMobile, you can build from a desktop site or use a template.

4) SignalMind

Slightly different than the tools mentioned above, SignalMind allows businesses to manage their loyalty programs and create and develop a mobile web presence. Their site builder includes mobile forms, analytics, and easy third-party integrations.

5) SproutMobi

SproutMobi will design and build a custom mobile site (up to 10 pages) for any business. After a one-time $99 fee, clients pay $9.99 per month for unlimited hosting, 24/7 support, and access to their mobile website editor. The service includes specific features like RSS integration, Google maps functionality and custom contact forms.

There’s a lot that goes into developing a mobile site—a lot of decisions to make and variables to consider. If your etailer clients need mobile help, these mobile website building pros can walk them through the process.

Would you recommend any of these tools to clients?

Written by Darren Pierce

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