Don’t miss a large potential client base that uses mobile devices to find you!
You have a great website – right? What does it look like on your cell phone? On your tablet? Same as it does on your desktop computer? If this is the case then it is not considered mobile friendly. Mobile friendly means your website adjusts the size and the way it looks on a mobile device. Thus making the interaction between your potential client informative and easy to use. Whether your site is a mobile site or a responsive site, both of these allow for a better interaction experience.
When thinking about your site on a mobile device, keep it simple, don’t cram to much information on that little bit of space. You can have much of the same information that you do on your main website, all if you have a smaller website. Keep your pictures file size small so they are easier to upload. Have your logo and main text information show up first on the main page along with your contact information.
Responsive sites are created based on your main website and then information is condensed based upon the screen size. Mobile sites are a new creation of a website and created as a sub-website, subdomain.
Let’s talk about your website and how mobile friendly it is or needs to be.