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[HDGEM] Our world has shifted to mobile.

This shift has been quick, and users expectations for great mobile experiences has increased even more quickly. 

A website that simply loads on a mobile device is no longer enough. To keep users engaged, mobile sites must be fast and relevant.

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Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 2/15/2017 06:23:00 AM
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