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If your website isn't mobile friendly, your 2016 top priority should be to make your website ‘responsive’. A responsive website will alter it's screen layout & functionality according to the screen size you're using, making it easy to use whether viewing on a desktop computer, a tablet or a mobile phone.
Have you looked at your site on a tablet and several different types of smart phones? If your site is correctly sized, and provides an optimal viewing experience with minimum scrolling, more customers will engage with your content. With a distinct audience shift to mobile & tablet browsing, search engines are beginning to favour responsive websites on these technologies. Your website may still keep it's current ranking on a desktop computer, but with more and more people searching on the smaller devices you could miss out on a large proportion of potential customers.
Our client, weathervanes-direct.co.uk, has noticed an increase in customer activity with statistics showing that 48% of enquiries came through their new responsive website design.
Steve Randall, of fencingcentre.co.uk, also says ‘our sales of log cabins and other products have increased by 25% since we became responsive and developed our search engine marketing’.
Tony Raybould of SiteWeave says ‘We have seen that a responsive website is essential in todays consumer market.’