Modern websites are mobile-ready, highly visual, and Google-friendly.

 Is Your Website Mobile Ready?

Las Vegas responsive website on a laptop, tablet and smartphone

Back in the 90’s, almost everyone used either a desktop or laptop to access the internet.   But starting in 2007, with the release of the 1st iPhone, we started to notice something very peculiar in our analytics logs:

screens were getting smaller


Things got even more complex with the release of the netboook, iPad, and other mobile devices that have taken over our society.  This profound change means one important thing: Today, you must design your website for mobile devices.

Here’s a look at one of our client’s website analytics:

analytics chart and list showing different screen sizes

The #1 screen size shown (320×568) is a smartphone!  The majority of website visitors now coming to your website are using phones & tablets to view your website.

Is your website mobile-ready?


 Does Your Website Use Photo & Video?

Person watching youtube video on a website

Just a few years ago, internet speeds made it difficult for a website to reach its full potential.  But today, even mobile devices have internet speeds fast enough to view large photos & video.

With the increase in speed, customers now expect your website to host more interactive media and provide a more visual experience than ever before.

Here’s a look at one of our Las Vegas clients’ websites:

One of our client websites showing photo & video

We took the photos & video for them, and designed a visually-stimulating product page to help them sell their product.

A picture says a thousand words – a Video says a million


Gone are the days when you could have a few pics and a wall of text, and users would stay.  Now your website needs to incorporate visually-stimulating LARGE images, along with video, to keep your customers engaged on your website.

If you don’t do it, your competitors will, and you will lose local customers over to them.

Does your website use Photo & Video effectively?


 Is Your Website Ranked on Google? (SEO)

Computer showing Google for SEO purposes

People don’t use Yellow Pages anymore; nor do they respond to mailers and billboard ads like they used to.  Today, everything you need can be found online, so people use Google and other search engines to find local businesses.

But how do you get noticed in Google?  The answer is:

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)


SEO is a way of getting your website to rank highly in Google when people search for things.  To do this, you need to do 4 things:

  1. Design your site with SEO engineering
  2. Produce SEO-friendly content
  3. Get links from other websites
  4. Promote yourself locally (for local SEO)

We’ve been doing SEO since 2005, and along the way we’ve helped our clients efficiently outrank their competitors.  As more of your competitors become aware of SEO, it’s important to know how to beat them using expert techniques and efficient work processes.  We can help you outrank your competitors.

Is your website SEO-friendly?



We can design & build a modern website for you that will take into account all the concepts discussed above.



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BizSiteNow specializes in modern website design that appeals to a wider variety of internet users - to include the younger demographic. A large percentage of website visitors now use mobile devices such as tablets, and smartphones to access websites. las vegas website designers. Because of this, it's important that the web design be responsive to the size of the screen on which it is being viewed. This technique, known as "responsive" simply means that the features of the website resize and reshape to look good on any size screen, big or small. This is also referred to as "mobile-friendly" design. Along with responsiveness, a modern website also incorporates media to make it more attractive to the user. website development las vegas. This includes using more and larger images, and ample use of videos to demonstrate your products and services to potential customers.