With mobile phones doing so much more than making a phone call and with the introduction of new products such as the ipad, website browsing habits are changing.
Looking at recent Google Analytic results from a range of our websites has given us a clear indication that this is the case. Visitors have increased overall over the the last year but the most dramatic increases have been in the numbers of website visitors using ipads, iphones, androids and other mobile devices. On average there has been a 500% increase in visitors using ipads, 250% using iphones and 500% using androids when comparing January 2011 with the same month in 2012.
This indicates a clear shift in numbers away from the traditional desktop PC and reinforces the need to make sure your online presence caters for visitors using new mobile devices. This trend is not limited to the youth market either with one website whose target audience is the over 60's seeing the same big increases.
Creative Edge are happy to discuss these exciting developments with any existing or new clients, just call 01872 260023 to arrange an appropriate time to discuss your online options.
Creative Edge are delighted to see some of our clients winning top honours in the South West Tourism awards.
Congratulations go to Penlee House Gallery and Museum who were awarded Gold in the Small Visitor Attraction of the Year, Trebah Garden with a Gold in the Large Visitor Attraction of the Year and Gwel an Mor with a Gold in the Holiday Park and Village of the Year – judges' comments complementing their clear and informative website.
With St Michaels Hotel and Spa also coming away with a highly commended in Large Hotel of the Year, the results reflect the high standards that Cornwall now offers it's visitors and locals alike.
We look forward to continuing our work with everyone involved and look forward to future success.
Superfast Cornwall have launched press ads in media across the county. The ads, featuring inspirational imagery, highlight the areas in parts of which Superfast broadband is available and encourage members of the public to check if they can order by visiting superfastcornwall.org.
Fresh back from the printers, the Cornwall Guide for summer 2012 is packed with information on the counties top tourist attractions. The 52 page guide of the Cornwall Association of Tourist Attractions (CATA) is available throughout the county or direct from CATA. Following on from the success of the new Cornish Farm Holidays website, we were pleased to produce an advert for inclusion in the CATA publication, alongside our work for other advertisiers such as National Trust.