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TFX Health, LLC Releases Mobile Friendly Websites for TFX Flex™ Joint Health Supplement for Joint Pain Relief
Date:7/19/2013

Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

TFX Health, LLC announced earlier this week that it has released dozens of new “Mobile-Friendly” websites for its popular TFX Flex™ Joint Health Supplement. Since its introduction at GNC earlier this year, TFX Flex™ has turned the joint health industry upside down with its revolutionary new dietary ingredient that has been shown in human clinical studies to be 2X more effective than Glucosamine & Chondroitin for joint pain relief. In a short time, TFX Flex™ has become GNC’s best selling triple threat product for bone, joint, and muscle support.

A TFX Health company spokesman explained, “we live in a world on the move and the mobile marketing landscape is booming with more and more consumers choosing to shop on mobile devices. The optimized mobile websites provide another important tool to make TFX Flex™ available to a wider market.” The company reported an immediate increase in website visits and online sales within days of releasing the new mobile websites.

To take advantage of mobile shopping trends, more companies are moving to mobile compatible websites with mixed results. Making the jump into the mobile arena has proven challenging for many companies. According to hasoffers.com, an industry leader in online marketing analytics, “It can be quite painful when trying to navigate a website that has excessive content and too many options. This only frustrates the user and provides them with a terrible experience.”

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