Napa Mobile Web Design, Mobile App Development, and Mobile Marketing Services Offered by Invictus Marketing
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Napa, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Invictus Marketing LLC, a fast-growing Napa web design and interactive marketing agency, best known for their work in the area of ecommerce development announces a new collection of mobile related products and services ranging from mobile web design and mobile app development to mobile marketing services.
With 75% of customers preferring websites which are mobile friendly, the demand seen by the Napa web design firm continues to increase aggressively.
Prashant Patel, president of Invictus Marketing explains that mobile devices typically have a four to five inch screens and a mobile friendly websites definitely help companies connect with their customers in more meaningful ways. Users today expect mobile website experiences to be as good as the traditional desktop experience. A bad mobile experience can cost you customers and possibly help competitors.
“The analytics data is clear. Mobile smartphone and tablet users drove significant sales for our clients in 2012” Patel said. “Mobile web design is not a fad or bandwagon. The movement is here and will only continue to grow as more consumers invest in smartphones. Now is the best time to invest in a mobile website because chances are, your competitors are not there yet.”
Invictus Marketing currently offers mobile web design and development, mobile application development for Apple’s iOS and Android, and mobile marketing services for local businesses and national brands.
Founded in 2008, Invictus Marketing LLC is a Napa web design and interactive marketing agency specializing in assisting manufactures increase brand equity and sales through ecommerce and email marketing.
For more information about Invictus Marketing, please visit http://www.InvictusMarketing.com or call (866) 948-4815.
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