GreatResponder.com on August 03, 2012 : Mobile website builder tool is being added into the web hosting services provided HostGator web hosting company for its customers. This is great step forward in the domain of this business. This announced was made few days back through press release from the management of HostGator Company. It was further stated that the service tool would be available with the name called “goMobi” mobile creating software.
Considering the importance of mobile phones and smart phones on the market place, it is very important tool for creating and managing some lighter versions of mobile websites that can be browsed very easily and efficiently on smart phones. GoMobi tool would be used initially with “DOTMOBI” domain registry. In press release statement chief executive officer of HostGater Mr. Adam Farrar was referred to have said that this is very important tool that is “Must-Have” for all small and medium businesses or any other type of industries.
Mr. Adam Farrar, CEO of HostGator Web hosting Company further said, “Customers, especially those focused on local markets, have been expressing an interest in making their sites mobile; and goMobi’s simple user interface makes it possible for customers of all skill levels to go mobile in minutes and keep content synced with their sites. It’s a great solution for our customers – and our team was pleased with how simple the back-end integration was.”
Meanwhile, it has also been announced earlier by HostGator Company that it would be announcing “BaseKit website builder”; it will be used to modify existing websites and make conformable to mobile capable websites.
HostGator web hosting company has been so dynamic and innovative in providing excellent and amazing web hosting services and great features associated to these service to its customer in past. This launch has strengthened this concept on the market place.
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