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Infintech Designs Launches Program for Mobile Website Development

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New Orleans, LA / ACCESSWIRE / March 19, 2014 / Infintech Designs, a web design & SEO company specializing in custom digital website solutions, is now offering website design services specifically to help companies gain the capabilities to communicate with new and existing customers through their mobile device using easy and fast interfacing. Infintech’s goal is to help their clients increase their mobile access to their customers as well as improve web responsiveness to make it easier for their customers to find and contact them.

According to Brian Hong, president of Infintech Designs, “If a business doesn’t have a mobile-friendly site already, the first step is to have a designer build a responsive web site for you. A responsive website is the best option because it can utilize some, if not all, the existing infrastructure of the site without have to replace the whole thing. This way you save money down the line on updates and your customers get a site that loads quickly.”

Hong explained that since mobile Internet speeds are increasing to almost that of home broadband speeds, more customers than ever before are shopping online via their mobile devices. “More than 50 million users today use mobile devices to shop and this number is only likely to grow in the future, “ said Hong. “ Faster speeds means it’s more convenient for customers to shop online. In fact, nearly 80 percent of shoppers have used a mobile device to make purchases.”

To help e-commerce companies with less than mobile-friendly websites, Infintech Designs is qualified to redesign these sites without having to completely replace them. This involves knowing which features mobile customers need to make rapid purchasing possible. Infintech Designs also offers customized online marketing plans, employing optimized search engine techniques and social media marketing methods to make sure a company’s website is ranking highly on the major search engines that potential customers are using.

About Infintech

The core specialty of Infintech is in SEO & Web Design. However, they also provide a wide range of additional marketing and design services. Their marketing services include local search engine optimization (SEO), Facebook marketing, pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, blog management, digital marketing, Internet content writing, and consulting services. Website design, e-commerce design, graphic design and logo development are part of the services offered by Infintech Designs. The company also provides additional services such as merchant services, web hosting and custom email addresses in the greater New Orleans area and across the country. For more information, visit www.infintechdesigns.com

Contact: Brian Hong
3110 Magazine St, #120
New Orleans, LA 70115.
(504) 717-4837
brian@infintechdesigns.com

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