Why Mobile Friendly Websites are Undeniably Important

by | Jan 25, 2020 | Blog

Having a Mobile friendly website has become more important over the past few years, the way people have accessed the internet has changed. Your business has to adapt to change or it will die.  Over 70% of website visitors will use mobile devices to view your site. Which brings me to the point of this article. You must develop for mobile or be left in the dust!


Things to Know About Sites Designed for Mobile


  • Streamlined experience across all devices.
    Having a website designed for mobile and desktop screens allow you to make sure all of your content reaches your potential customers.
  • Higher search engine visibility.
    Search engines favor websites that are mobile friendly which gives you advantages of websites that are not yet mobile-ready. Take a look at this article google published.
  • Improved user experience
    Have you ever tried using a website that is designed for a desktop environment on mobile? All that pinching and zooming, and moving the page side to side to read all the content. More than likely your visitor will leave instead of doing all that.
  • Faster Speeds
    Mobile sites are designed with speed in mind because of wireless data usage. Fewer graphics, and only content that matters.
  • No need for an app.
    It is easier for a customer to visit a website than to download an app on their phone. It’s also easier for you to make sure your website is mobile-ready than program your own app for multiple operating systems.

Hopefully, by now you have a better understanding of why designing for a mobile experience is important to business or organization.  If you have a website that isn’t mobile ready your letting possible money click away from your site to more than likely never return.


Don't Know Where to Start? We Can Help You

All of the websites we develop for our clients work on mobile devices.  Meaning no matter how a customer or visitor discovers you they will be able to see what you can offer them.