Archive for the ‘Responsive Websites’ Category
Do you need a responsive website?
Yes, yes you do – and here are three reasons why:
1. We aren’t going back in time.
Since the advent of the World Wide Web, most monitors were a fairly standard screen size and a site could be developed to allow for easy navigation for nearly all users. On June 29, 2007 came the iPhone – the device that changed it all and started this revolution. (more…)
Announcing the release of our newly redesigned and responsive corporate website!
We are excited about the launch of our new company website as a way to really showcase our platform at an ownership level. This much anticipated revamp was done to compliment the responsive design work already being provided to our valued automotive dealership customers.
“After focusing solely on client sites and services for so long, we’re excited to unveil a new site that we feel is more indicative of our capabilities and direction, ” said Aaron Schinke, Vice President of Product and Digital Marketing. “We’re proud to say it’s built using our own website engine, which is what we use to build our dealer’s sites. It really speaks to the flexibility of both our platform and our talented staff.”
Be sure to read the full press release HERE.
Live demonstrations of the responsive platform will also be available at the NADA 2014 Conference & Exposition held at the Earnest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 24-27, where the company will also exhibit at booth #4275.
DealerFire was a hot topic at the 15th Digital Dealer Conference held in October 2013 at the Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV – thanks to all of YOU who stopped by to make this a fantastic event. For those of you whom we missed (and we did miss you!), check out a few highlights here:
New responsive website design features industry-first capability including fully redesigned inventory layouts and vehicle detail pages. WOAH!
The number of users that are doing their online research on a mobile device increases every year. Naturally, this is true in the automotive industry as well. But as search evolves, it seems many car dealerships remain stagnant with their online presence. With the release of its first responsive design website, DealerFire is now offering a way for dealerships to break free from the traditional car dealer website experience.The advantages of having a responsive website are many. On the consumer side, a responsive site means that it offers the same experience whether on a traditional desktop computer, laptop, tablet or even mobile phone. The site actually responds to display properly in whatever setting it is called up in.