ActiveMobi joins the competitive field of mobile-site builders as a worthy competitor. The mobile-site templates it offers look very good and boost your business's credibility with mobile-browsing customers. It has almost every feature you could want but with a steeper learning curve than the top-ranked software. This service allows you to connect your domain, making it specialized with m.yoursite.com.
This mobile website builder provides over 21 attractive templates and allows you to create over 10 pages of content. The templates are not divided into category, as with the best mobile-site builders, rather by style and layout. The styles are anything but boring. Each design is compatible with CSS3 and HTML5 and allows you to add video and audio.
The service’s ease of use takes a hit based on its drag-and-drop builder. Instead of dragging widgets onto the actual phone screen preview, you drag them to a window next to your phone preview. It's an unusual method but doesn't ruin the experience. However, the interface is more HTML friendly, meaning it is meant for more experienced users and not first-time site builders.
The responsive site importer allows you to input your business's Facebook URL, which it immediately converts for smartphones. If your intent is to just transfer business information from a previously created page, the importer is hands-free enough to satisfy you. When creating a page from scratch, the mobile-website builder allows you to change and edit your logo, add an image gallery, and include an RSS feed. The Mobi Plus plan also allows you to eliminate any Mobi ads.
This service’s marketing features are better than average. It allows you add the click-to-call widget and a quick map click for when browsers need directions to your business. ActiveMobi doesn't offer its own proprietary tracking, but the dashboard integrates with Google Analytics, so you get accurate numbers.
The help and support options are fairly standard. You can reach ActiveMobi through email, though not by phone or live chat. The educational resources are quite helpful. The blog provides tips on how to boost your business's reach online. The Knowledge Center gives tutorials on starting an account, and FAQs are there for easily resolved concerns.
ActiveMobi isn't the best mobile-website builder, but it's a notable mention in a very competitive field. The drag-and-drop builder might be too unique for new users to grasp, as it seems to be built for proficient site creators. If you're looking to build a flashy site with basic contact information, this service is worth looking into.