Make your website mobile - just £7.99 per month!
mobile Internet predicted to surpass desktop Internet usage by
2015, the expectation for your website to work flawlessly on a
mobile should be the top priority on every web developer's
Cobweb has partnered with MobeeSelf, a company that's built a
powerful web-based application, which scans then 'mobilises'
your website within minutes - there isn't any additional
software to download or technical knowledge required!
Once your site has been mobilised, it will render on more
than 12,000 mobile devices across multiple platforms including
Apple iOS, Google Android, BlackBerry RIM and Windows Mobile.
So, how do you purchase MobeeSelf?
If you are an existing customer, great news - you can
purchase this service directly through your Cobweb Control Panel.
However, don't worry if you don't currently have any services with
Cobweb as you can also purchase MobeeSelf through our
dedicated on-boarding team - just call 0845 207 0708 or complete
the form below and we'll call you.
Cobweb doesn't currently host my website; can I still
Yes, you can still use MobeeSelf regardless of who
hosts your current website. However, web
with Cobweb is available from just £5.99, so it might be
a great time to consider moving that as well.
I don't have a website yet; am I able to use
Absolutely! You can use the same interface to build your mobile
site entirely from scratch.
Can I use my existing domain for the
Of course you can - all you need to do is point a sub-domain
like "m.yoursite.com" to your mobile site and away you go!
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