Launch & Manage a Mobile version of your Church Blog or Website

MoFuse is short for Mobile Fusion.

MoFuse gives content publishers, like bloggers, the ability to publish their content to the mobile web. You don’t have to be a content publisher to use MoFuse though, anyone can create a mobile website in just a few minutes using the intuitive MoFuse platform.

Why Mobilize Your Blog?

Have you ever seen what your blog looks like on a mobile device? It’s an unnavigable, garbled mess of text and images that nobody finds enjoyable to read. That’s one reason, and it’s probably your biggest reason for finding MoFuse. However we offer a lot more than just presenting your blog on mobile devices, here are some other reasons to mobilize with MoFuse:

Make your readers happy… People want to read your blog on the go!

Get new readers… MoFuse will help to promote your mobile blog which will increase traffic.

Get going… More and more of your readers will want your content on their mobile devices!

Ministry Use

Name one person that you know that ‘doesn’t have a cell phone’. As cell phone technology continues to develop, users want access to information via their cell phones. By providing access to your Ministry Blog or Website via a cell phone, members and visitors will have 24/7 access to your Ministry.

Check out our Mofuse site: http://ereformation.mofuse.mobi

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One Response to Launch & Manage a Mobile version of your Church Blog or Website

  1. Fiona Murray says:

    Zinadoo is a similar tool whereby it is a completely free and easy to use mobile website creation tool. In minutes anyone can create and publish their very own mobile website. Users get to customise their site to their own tastes and add some cool interactive features such as videos, images, SMS features etc. Then they can use the many sharing features provided to tell everyone about their mobile site. http://www.zinadoo.com

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