Free LTC Quotes Mobile-Friendly Website Has Launched

July 25, 2013

FreeLTCQuotes.com – a long term care informational site that offers free, no-obligation long term care quotes and provides resources on health problems that require long term care – has improved its web design to improve usability for smartphones and other mobile devices.

Fort Myers, Florida (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

FreeLTCQuotes.com, a leading website for long term care resources and information announced today the launch of its redesigned website. FreeLTCQuotes.com is now mobile device-friendly and adjusts to viewer screens no matter how big or small, ensuring that the information contained on the website is easily viewable on mobile devices.

The website’s improvement responds to the growing trend of online traffic originating from mobile phones and other hand held devices. As of December 2012, mobile devices accounted for 45% of web browsing traffic, while Windows®-based computers made up 35% of browsing traffic.1

Behind this latest development is the evolution of mobile phone technology. As smartphones continue to have enhanced Internet access, people find them preferable for online browsing over bulky personal computers that require power outlets. Other hand-held devices such as iPads and Android tablets are also becoming more popular. The greater portability means that people can now browse the Internet wherever they are.    

FreeLTCQuotes.com offers free Long Term Care insurance quotes from major insurance companies in addition to in-depth resources regarding long term care in the United States.

Another newly added and unique feature of the site is detailed information about medical conditions that need long term care such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Users can read about what having these conditions entail for their future and how they can properly prepare for it.

About ACSIA®

Founded in 1958, ACSIA® is a leading national distributor of Long Term Care insurance. ACSIA® is a member of the LTC Global group of companies and headquartered in Fort Myers, Florida. For more information about ACSIA®, visit http://www.acsia.com.

1. Duncan, Geoff. “What Happens to the Web Now That Smartphones and Tablets Run the Show?” Digital Trends, December 7, 2012

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