60,000 Views On New Web
The new Uniserve website went live in January and incredibly received over 60,000 views in its first month from 139 different countries around the world. We are delighted to have generated interest in the world’s newest country, South Sudan, and even some of the smallest global nations such as Liechtenstein and Saint Kitts.
The previous Uniserve website served us well for more than a decade, but was updated to improve integration with social media and to be more responsive on mobile devices. Recently, the overall number of web views from tablets and mobile phones surpassed those of desktops and laptops for the very first time. That statistic may not be immediately reflective of B2B industries such as ours, but the trend is set to continue.
Our intention for the current website is to ensure it continues to be informative and a useful resource for clients, partners, associates and other industry members. Uniserve’s constant investment in the most advanced technology and the smartest platforms will ensure the site continues to evolve over the coming months, so please ensure you visit us frequently.
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