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The seismometers read that a digital shift of tectonic proportions has happened: mobile-friendly websites are crucial to the success of the business online.
Chances are you are viewing this website on a mobile device such as a smartphone, smartwatch, or tablet. The average website has seen mobile visitors increase year after year. The traffic to most websites we look at is now made up of more than 60% mobile. Mobile visitors are here to stay, your website should learn to embrace them, and deliver a properly tailored experience.
Your business is important to you and you want your clients to know that. A boring and hard to navigate website can scare clients away before they know what you are about. You want to be sure that you put your best foot forward when seeking out new clients. Keeping your website up to date is one of the most important ways to accomplish this for your business.
Your website might be the only asset that works for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. But have you ever measured its performance? A bad website can cost you clients, slow down your growth, and repel new job candidates.
In February 2016, Google will release Accelerated Mobile Pages (or AMP for short), a new code-type that will deliver lightning fast web pages to smartphone users.
Are you reaching potential customers when they search local on their smartphone? Watch this video from Google+ Your Business to see how you can improve your website and local marketing.
Google has shown the importance of mobile. They are making an algorithm change that will effect the bottom line of many businesses on April 21st.
Not sure if you should use responsive web design or develop a mobile app? Read the benefits of both to learn which is best for your business.
The NC State Fair is coming! And we’re using their newly designed 2014 website to showcase the evolution of web design.