A responsive website will adjust itself so that it will show up properly on all desktop computers, laptops, iPads, tablets, and smartphones. More and more people are getting online through mobile devices. If your website isn’t responsive or mobile friendly, they will have to enlarge the font, scroll left and right – but more likely, they’ll leave your site out of frustration.
Google has announced that as of April 21, 2015, they will favor mobile friendly websites in their search results. This means when “Googling” on mobile devices, websites that are mobile friendly will be displayed first. Furthermore a report released in May 2015 shows that the average adult spends three hours a day – more than half of total Internet usage time – on mobile.*
From the traffic statistics of our clients’ websites that we have made smartphone-friendly, we have witnessed anywhere from 10 to 40% of the visitors calling from their smartphones after visiting their websites using their smartphones.
To determine whether your website is mobile friendly or not, simply check it out using this google tool for mobile website.
If you love your current website, we can simply convert it and make it responsive. If it is time to update your website, or build a new one, we can do that, too. See the prices below for building a new website, or contact us for a quote on converting your existing website.
With a properly designed responsive website, your phone number and email will be displayed prominently to encourage visitors to call, email or text you right away, especially when they have a smartphone in their hands.
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* Internet Trends 2015 — Code Conference, by Mary Meeker, May 27, 2015.