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Why choosing a Responsive Webdesign for you mobile website

With a responsive webdesign, your website design will look good on any screen. Responsive webdesign adapts automatically your website design to the size of the screen of the user’s device. Tuitear

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Consider Consumer Behaviour when Optimizing your Mobile Website

Optimizing your website for mobile usage is not only a matter of size! Consumer behaviour on mobile device differs from “classic” website: adapting the content and the user experience is a key of success. Mobile usage is growing and it has become a real stake for businesses to adapt to it. Optimizing your website for mobile […]

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QR Code users have doubled in one year in Europe

Are QR Code going to be a real opportunity for businesses? According to Comscore report, the number of smartphone users who scanned a QR code increased by 96% in one year in Europe. Your target uses Smartphones: have you considered using QR Codes? We talked early in this blog about QR codes, what it is and […]

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Australia: The future of business is social, digital and mobile

Are you preparing well your business for the future? Optus “Future of Business” report is clear: social, digital and mobile are consumer trends that will stay and impact Australian businesses in the future. Have a look at some of the findings below and you will see how mobile and social media usage is rising and totally […]

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Mobile website or Mobile App? An overview of the differences

Are you hesitating between a mobile website or a mobile app? Both are great tools and offer advantages and features. We can help you identify which solution is the best according to your goal. Have a look at the differences between mobile websites and applications: Tuitear

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How to turn your idea into profit: market your mobile app

Turning your app into profit is not only about developing a great idea! You need to market it. For your app to be successful, you of course need to provide great content that users will like. There are millions of other applications in the app store so even if offering a good idea is a key of success, […]

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