In 2016, mobile overtook desktop as the primary device used to access websites. People use all sorts of devices today to browse the internet, including cell phones, tablets, laptops, and even smart watches. "Responsive design" is the term used to describe how a website responds to the screen size, orientation, and resolution of each platform. Even though responsive design has been around for a while now, the majority of sites still fail to meet usability standards. Most websites are built for desktop and then dialed down for mobile. Having a mobile optimized website will not only make your website more user-friendly and universal, it will help your search engine optimization and get you ranked higher in search results.
Google uses a number of tools to test mobile usability. Here are just a few suggestions when designing your mobile-friendly website:
Optimizing your website for mobile devices is crucial and will not only make your website and content easier for the public to see and read, it will help search engines rank your website higher on search results lists. When you are on the go, the last thing you want when looking for a business is a webpage that loads slowly, doesn't fit your screen, and requires you to zoom, scroll, and tap several links before finding the phone number or address.
Every website we build for our clients is already mobile friendly and optimized. We can help optimize your website and content for mobile devices and in turn, help boost your SEO.
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