Mobile Marketing Webinar with Mobile WordPress Sitebuilder Demo Today

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Editor’s note: The webinar has ended and all links go to the product page.

As many of you know, I am very very picky about mobile sitebuilders. I get pitches to write about them all the time on, and I have so far turned every one of them down because they are clunky and don’t work or make you use a subdomain or make you pay for the service every month without removing the company’s branding.

Yesterday I attended a webinar [edit: the webinar is over and now links to a product page with a how-to video from the webinar] hosted by my friends and mentors Jason Fladlien and Wilson Mattos. I know them personally, I have been coached by both of them and have paid a lot of money in travel fees and conference fees to see them speak because they are that good. Those of you who know me, know that I rarely attend conferences because I have small children at home and the investment had better be worth it for me to leave town.

The first half of the webinar is all about mobile and marketing and stats. The host, Jason Fladlien, gives slide after slide of marketing tips and techniques for why your clients should buy a true mobile site and not just one that has been modified for mobile with a WordPress plugin. I plan to use these strategies personally, as they make total sense to me.

The second part shows a mobile sitebuilder that has an emulator inside the WordPress dashboard, allows you to create icons on the fly without much editing, and has an interface that looks like the home page of an iPhone.

There will be a second webinar today at 12 noon Pacific Daylight time, and if you are interested in working with local businesses (or online businesses) without mobile sites, there are a lot of strategies here that you won’t want to miss. I would urge you to register for it even if it is the middle of the night in your part of the world, because they will email you a link to the replay.

I don’t remember everything I saw, but here are some of the things Jason touched on in the webinar and will likely cover again in the webinar today:

  • Mobile marketing
  • How to find clients
  • How to build a mobile site (he does it live)
  • Importance of keeping a site lightweight to load quickly and keep data costs low
  • Why not to use video and how to do it if you insist on using it anyway
  • How to make a header for a mobile site quickly and easily
  • Where to find icons
  • Q&A

I am sure I am forgetting something, but the overwhelming feeling I got looking at this mobile sitebuilder is that it has what I need and what I have been wanting personally for a long time. Let’s face it, it is very difficult work to make a mobile site work on a phone, and when you add tablets like the iPad into the mix, it’s very easy to throw your hands up in frustration and say, “ok, it’s just going to look like this.” Well, as a professional web designer, you can’t afford to do that when your reputation is on the line.

Disclosure: I am an affiliate for the product because I believe in the team, their customer support, and their refund policy. I only post products with affiliate links here if I have personally tested them or if I know the developer and have experienced their customer support and refund policy to be valid.

If you see this post after the webinar, contact me and let me know.


2 Responses to “Mobile Marketing Webinar with Mobile WordPress Sitebuilder Demo Today”

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  1. Stephanie says:

    If I click to view the webinar I get the error telling me the webinar is already past. But then if I go to the website I can’t view ANY of the information you mentioned that was in the webinar. They want me to spend at minimum $77 with them, but haven’t show me why I should spend my money with them and not a competitor??


  2. Holly Kolman says:

    Hi Stephanie,

    The dates are not on posts here, so I can see how this would be confusing and I will edit the post and remove the links. The webinar has ended (as you can tell) and the site owners must have redirected their link to the product page. I’m not the developer for that product nor was I a speaker on the webinar. I apologize for the confusion and as I said, I will be editing the post to remove the confusion.

    I do plan to launch my own product which is in the development stage at and have an interest list that will be emailed when I schedule my own mobile marketing webinar.

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