Do You Have a Mobile Friendly Website?

1.04.2014
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How much time have you spent online today? Of that time, how much of it was via a mobile device like a smartphone or tablet? If you’re like many of us, it’s a lot. While mobile usage has skyrocketed in the last few years, many small businesses have been slow to build a mobile friendly website. I’m hoping that is about to change.

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Interesting Mobile Trends

  • One-third of cell owners (33%) say that their phone is a smartphone (Source: Pew Research Center)
  • In a 2013 retailer survey 29% of retailers said more than 20% of their traffic was coming from the mobile web or mobile apps (Source: Marketing Land)
  • U.S. mobile Web use has doubled since 2009 (Source: CNN)
  • Smartphones and tablets have nearly doubled the time we’re online in the past 3 years (Source: comScore)
  • 25% of all smartphone owners do most of their online browsing on their mobile phone (Source: Pew Research Center)

Are You Considering Creating a Mobile Friendly Website?

أسعار الفوركس المباشرة Up until this year mobile friendly websites were a luxury of large brands or companies with big IT budgets. Then a little thing called responsive design arrived and it changed the mobile landscape for the average business.

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Responsive web design allows website developers to best utilize the available screen real estate on desktop and mobile devices.  The website adapts in layout without removing massive amounts of web content.

What was once considered a costly expenditure is now part of the standard website design project. Businesses no longer have to create two independent websites or pay to support two websites. They can develop one website that simply adapts to accommodate the smaller footprint of mobile devices.

Benefits of Using Responsive Design

  • Captures more mobile traffic
  • Captures higher ranking and more search traffic for local terms and phrases
  • Improves overall bounce rates because it cuts down on mobile user frustration
  • Avoids duplicate content that can result from managing two websites
  • Increases online sales (yes people really do buy products off of mobile devices)
  • Cheaper than developing separate websites for desktop and mobile usage
  • Saves development time because you create only one website
  • Provides a consistent user experience across devices (as opposed two multiple websites that look and act differently)

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