When we decided to share fiddlefly with the public, our target market was other creatives and web professionals like ourselves. Our clients have created some amazing things with our custom mobile web builder and we know they will continue to dazzle their own clients with incredible sites. Unfortunately, as the mobile web bar continues to be raised, many of our clients are seeing more and more demand for top-notch mobile sites, and are finding it difficult to keep up. That’s why we decided it would be a good idea to go ahead and lend a hand, so today we announce our newest client service offering, FiddleFly Assist.
The Assist program is designed for FiddleFly licensees who see the need for mobile but are having difficulty finding the time or resources to put together professional-grade sites. Now by simply providing FiddleFly with your customer’s current website URL and some quick information, we will actually design and build your customer’s site for you.
One thing we have found while showing our product to clients is how amazed many tend to be when they see the massive upgrade a mobile optimized site is from a desktop site viewed on a mobile device. We want you to have that same weapon when trying to sell your customers on mobile, which is why once you provide FiddleFly with your customer’s URL, we will design a draft homepage and site layout for you to present them, along with a before and after of their site on a smartphone.
After they see what they have been missing and give their approval for a full site build, you just let us know and we’ll finish the job. You can then sell the site to your client completely white labeled and keep the profits. You can learn more about pricing and options by reading this simple PDF.
Our mission here at FiddleFly is to help you make the mobile web awesome. Eventually, the term “mobile web” will disappear as the web experience becomes unified, and we want to do whatever we can to help that process along. If you are a FiddleFly licensee and you have been turning out engaging and exciting sites, keep doing what you’re doing. For those of you who would rather focus your efforts elsewhere but still want great sites to present, well, now we’ve got your back.
Tell us what you think about FiddleFly Assist and of course there is plenty more news and developments coming your way so be sure to get in touch with us on Twitter @fiddlefly ,Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.