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Boulder, CO (PRWEB) February 21, 2013

Look out for QuickMobileWebsites, an up and coming privately funded company from the city the New York Times refers to as “the magnet for high-tech start-ups,” Boulder, Colorado. With years of experience in the website and mobile-site industry, Kathleen Maloney and Dan Richardson have combined their expertise as tech-savvy entrepreneurs to create QuickMobileWebsites.    

QuickMobileWebsites has designed a high quality, easy-to-use, affordable mobile website solution. With adults spending more media time on mobile devices than newspapers and magazines combined, the need for a mobile website is growing rapidly. Dan Richardson, the CEO of QuickMobileWebsites and long-time veteran of the mobile website industry has been creating custom mobile solutions for large-scale companies like BIGS and TCBY, and now is making available technology that offers an affordable solution for small and medium-sized companies. "It's forecasted in the next year or two, that more people will access the Internet using a mobile device than PC's or any other method. And consumers are demanding that websites work on their mobile devices now. Research shows that 6 out of 10 mobile users who have a poor experience on a website will leave and go to a competitor” says Richardson. “We aim to solve that problem.”

With a thriving website company of her own, Maloney is thrilled to offer mobile optimized websites to her companies’ existing 7,000 customers. “The online marketplace is changing rapidly as this holiday season we saw a 332% increase in device activations from last year, and we’re not just talking about smart phones, tablet sales outpaced mobile phone sales for the first time ever. The need for a mobile version of your website is no-longer optional to succeed in the current online marketplace, it is imperative businesses have a mobile version of their website. That’s why I’m so pleased to introduce the QuickMobileWebsites solution,” says Maloney. “We’re already discussing partnerships, we can’t say too much about the news yet, but we are very excited about the prospects of these opportunities.”

Unlike some existing quick mobile solutions, QuickMobileWebsites has cracked the code to instantly convert existing websites to an optimized mobile version that renders correctly on all screen sizes, whether it be a smart phone, iPad, other tablets, and everything in between. QuickMobileWebsites provides an all-inclusive package allowing full access to customization, unlimited pages and images, one-click editing tools, and unlimited time with their awesome support team.

Maloney, Richardson, and their team are dedicated to providing a complete, all-inclusive mobile conversion package that will exceed the standards of viewers. “The fact is, websites are not made for mobile screens and 87% of the world’s population are now mobile subscribers and this is rapidly increasing. Having a website and not having it mobile optimized can affect brand identity and cause a loss in business”, says Kathleen Maloney, President of QuickMobileWebsites. “QuickMobileWebsites offers mobile website conversion in seconds for only $9 a month, so there’s no excuse not to have a mobile website.”

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