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Dedicated to providing next-generation solutions, Goshly.com has recently launched a new website builder and ecommerce cart

Los Angeles, CA – March 31, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

At the beginning of 2014, only about 22 percent of consumers used their phone for browsing the internet. However, by the end of the year, 4G subscriptions rocketed from 2.7 million to 23.6 million. By 2016, mobile web usage surpassed desktop usage for the first time, and the use of mobile devices has only continued to rise.

Today, up to 79 percent of consumers utilize their phone when searching for something illustrating the need to have a responsive website. To make the creation of a responsive, easy to use website simple, Goshly has launched an all new Website Builder and ecommerce cart feature.

“Our new website builder allows users to use the easy “drag and drop” method to quickly create their responsive website,” stated Goshly representative Mark Friedman. “With our new tool, you can quickly create Google SEO friendly pages, mobile-optimized pages, and add all the needed Alt tags to images, title tags and more to achieve the desired results.”

The consequences of having a website with a subpar mobile display can be significant and hurt your website substantially. With the help of Goshly, this is no longer an issue, thanks to their newly released tool, ecommerce platform and more. Additional information about what the tool does and what it can accomplish can be seen by visiting the Goshly website.

“Some of the tools we offer to help provide a stress-free design experience include website apps, menu and banner builders, ecommerce capabilities, email marketing and analytics,” continued Friedman. “We encourage anyone interested in building a mobile responsive site contact us or visit our website to learn more about what we offer. Our team is also making efforts to continue improving the services we offer, to exceed our customer’s expectations at every turn.”

Additional information about the newly launched website builder tool and ecommerce features can be found by visiting the Goshly website.

ABOUT GOSHLY

Goshly is a next-generation responsive Website Builder and Ecommerce Cart, based in Los Angeles, CA. Our mission is to create a simple, efficient, leading-edge way for anyone to create beautiful, responsive Website or Ecommerce Stores that display perfectly on all devices or any screen size – mobile, tablet, or desktop. With more people browsing the internet on Mobile devices than desktop, having a Website that automatically sizes on any device, is absolutely essential.

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Friedman
Email: mark@goshly.com
Organization: Goshly
Address: 1801 Century Park E #2400 Los Angeles CA 90067
Phone: 323-309-3233

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