Mobile Fast Case Study: Kulshan Brewing

Kulshan Brewing Company is based in Bellingham, Washington. Kulshan was founded in 2012 by David Vitt and is one of the fastest-growing breweries in Whatcom County. They are thriving and growing, now operating two locations.  Problem Facing the Business Kulshan’s mobile site wasn’t up to speed. They had a pleasing user experience on mobile, but page download time was sluggish. Heavy … Continue reading “Mobile Fast Case Study: Kulshan Brewing”

Case Study: Coffee Break Grooves

Coffee Break Grooves goes Mobile Coffee Break Grooves has been producing high quality backing tracks for musicians since 2010, offering solo instrumentalists the basis for practice, play, and performances. As they expanded their product offerings and lineup, their desktop website was in need of mobilization. Coffee Break Grooves sought out WompMobile to build a high-quality … Continue reading “Case Study: Coffee Break Grooves”

Millennials and the Second Screen

Millennials and their unique media consumption are shifting the way content is delivered and consumed; they are viewing content on more than one screen at a time. Millennials are simultaneously looking at their mobile devices while watching TV, and there is a fight for their attention due to the second screen. If you are targeting Millennials with … Continue reading “Millennials and the Second Screen”

Case Study: Boys & Girls Clubs of America

  Boys & Girls Clubs of America is a well known organization with the mission to create a safe environment for children to learn, grow, and be active. The BGCA offers a wide variety of life enhancing programs that put young children on the path to great futures. Some of these programs involve health and … Continue reading “Case Study: Boys & Girls Clubs of America”

Case Study: Michael C. Fina

“WompMobile proposed a sophisticated solution to mobilizing our complicated eCommerce system, then delivered at a speed and price that put their competitor’s quote to shame.” – Zhoe Garcia, Marketing Manager Michael C. Fina    Busy Brides on the Go From home décor to engagement rings, Michael C. Fina is there for the big moments in life. … Continue reading “Case Study: Michael C. Fina”

Let WompMobile Analyze your Site

A mobile-friendly website is now a business standard, especially in industries that rely on a good Google search rank.  On April 21, 2015, Google implemented changes to their mobile search algorithm to encourage adoption of mobile-friendly web design solutions.  During mobile browsing, 57% of users will abandon a site if it takes more than 3 seconds to load (Source: Strangeloop Networks) … Continue reading “Let WompMobile Analyze your Site”

Mobile Website of the Week:

The Road to Mobile Success Over the past 15 years has gone from selling second hand motorcycle leathers straight out of founder Paul Thompson’s closet, to a successful family run business providing brand new motorcycle apparel and accessories out of a large factory and showroom. With such an incredible selection of inventory, customers were having … Continue reading “Mobile Website of the Week:”

Mobile Website of the Week: RMZD

RMZD Converts Their Site to Mobile Friendly Founded by Robert Reeves in 1980, Reeves Miller Zhang & Diza (RMZD) have always exclusively focused on US immigration and nationality laws, and are committed to providing legal services to those businesses and individuals facing complications with immigrating into the United States. RMZD is known for their outstanding commitment to … Continue reading “Mobile Website of the Week: RMZD”

Case Study: Zip’s Truck Equipment

Hooked on Success As the towing industry leader, Zip’s Truck Equipment is the marketplace for transportation equipment. This growing company provides both leasing and financing programs for new and used towing equipment, wreckers, car carriers, and other heavy duty equipment. In order to better accommodate their customers, Zip’s came to WompMobile to create an optimized mobile … Continue reading “Case Study: Zip’s Truck Equipment”

Beyond Mobile-Friendly: How to Fully Optimize

Feels good, doesn’t it? But what, exactly, does that even mean? The positive affirmation comes from Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test and is pretty simple. A page is eligible for the “mobile-friendly” label if it meets the following criteria as detected by Googlebot: Avoids software that is not common on mobile devices, like Flash Uses text that … Continue reading “Beyond Mobile-Friendly: How to Fully Optimize”