Neptune Society Launches Mobile Site

June 10, 2013
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Plantation, FL–May 30, 2013–Neptune Society launches a mobile website to better connect with smartphone and tablet users. Neptune Society, the nation’s largest and most trusted cremation provider, has a history of using technology to connect with those planning for final needs.

Globally, mobile traffic is at 15% of all Internet traffic, according to StatCounter Global Stats. In the United States, 58% of mobile phone subscribers have smartphones, and the rate of smartphone use is growing at a rate of 28%. Tablet growth is even more rapid with tablet shipments already surpassing shipments of desktop PC’s and notebooks.

While smartphones and tablets can access Neptune Society’s primary site to learn about cremation services or contact Neptune Society, the new mobile site is designed for the smaller screen. The design is responsive to adjust to different screen sizes with large buttons to make navigation and contacting Neptune Society easy. This clean and simple mobile Neptune Society site makes it easy to find basic information in a readable format, and accesses the standard website for additional information on cremation, cremation planning, and Neptune locations.

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Ron Browning, Founder and CEO of Funeral Home Resource, the online marketing experts for funeral homes, that designed the Neptune Society mobile site says, “Companies need to be responsive to changes in technology, and, more importantly, the way people are using technology to continue to properly serve their customers. Standard websites are often hard to read and interact with from a mobile device. This new mobile site for Neptune Society is a perfect example of working with new platforms to engage customers rather than frustrate them.”

About Neptune Society

With dozens of locations in the United States, including Minneapolis, Denver, and Dallas, Neptune Society has provided cremation services for more than three decades. The country’s largest provider of direct cremation services, Neptune Society focuses on helping families with advanced planning of final needs as well as meeting immediate needs for cremation. Neptune Society proudly sponsors the Memorial Reef, an ecologically valuable and artistic man-made reef off the coast of Florida that serves as the final resting place for many who have chosen cremation.

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