Mobile Friendly & Responsive WordPress Web Design

Mobile Friendly web design is HERE . . .

Statistics prove that mobile devices are used to search as much as desktop in some cases. With enhanced WI-FI access in most cafes, airports and hotels, it means that if your site is not mobile friendly, (Responsive,) you most likely will lose a potential client.  Users are frequently in touch through their mobile device, using Social Media, Browsing the Internet, Opening Emails and even using Google Maps to find their way.

Mobile Friendly, Web Design and SEO, Responsive Web Design

How Mobile Friendly, (Responsive Web Design) Improves the Results of Online Marketing

How often have you heard the word Responsive Web Design, or Responsive Web Page. Recently I’ve come across a few clients that required updates to their websites.
The first thing I do is initiate a Web Audit of the Client Web Site, and often find a number of factors that inhibited their potential growth.

The website was written nearly 5 to 7 years ago, before the major onset of Mobile Devices and Googles requirements for mobile friendliness. These sites were not Responsive, in other words, the website was not compatible for Tablets or Cell Phones. (Understandable given the time scale of development). The key words/phrases used were not appropriate to the clients content, and to add insult to injury there were spelling mistakes too.

The fact of the matter is, if you do not have a Responsive Designed Web Site, then your online marketing strategies will be like pouring money down a drain.

A Quick Rundown of Mobile Friendly Statistics

* Research Source from Internet Society, Google Blog 2016, and Search Engine Watch.