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How To Make A Website Mobile Friendly

Have you ever wondered how to make a website mobile-friendly?


Chances are, you have. If you haven’t then there’s no better time than now to learn about it. For much too long, websites have been available exclusively through a desktop.


However, as mobile technology continues to advance there are now more portable devices that fit in the palm of our hands than we can count on both hands and feet.


This means that people are trying to browse the internet on their mobile phones and tablets more and more every single day.





So how do you make your website mobile-friendly?


Here's are a couple of ways to do that.



1. Check If Your Website Is Already Mobile Friendly


Google provides a mobile-friendly testing tool.


Drop your URL into the search box. You’ll not only get a quick answer on whether or not your website is mobile-friendly but also a screenshot of how the page looks on a smartphone screen and a list of recommendations to make the mobile experience better.





2. Make Your Website Responsive


One of the biggest challenges for new business owners is their websites.


To have an effective one visitors must be able to access it from all different devices and locations. The best way to achieve this is by making your website responsive.


This means that it adapts to the screen size and resolution of each device. It also includes making sure that images are loaded properly on each device, so they look crisp and crisp on smaller screens as well as larger ones.





3. Make Information People Look for Easier to Find


It is important to make a website that will help your website rank higher in search results.


If you find information online that can help people find you and your business, make sure you share that with your audience.


This means providing easy-to-find information on your company's web page or blog.


It might include a phone number or email address so people can get in touch with you if they have questions or need information on your products or services.





4. Ditch Text-Blocking Ads and Pop-ups


Every web browser and mobile device has a 'back button that takes you to a previous page.


If you miss something on a website or social media account, just click the back button.


This is completely understandable — we want to return to our earlier pages, even if it is just to fix something or access a higher-quality page.


But some websites and services rely on distracting you with pop-up windows that interrupt your reading. They could be blocking legitimate content or information which could lead you away from your most recent activity.





5. Make Website Speed a Priority


Have you ever visited a website and after reading some of the text on the page, thought: “It's so slow! I can't read that!”


That is a practice called cognitive load and has a real cost for your website's user experience.


Loading time is not a function of the time it takes to load the page — it's how long it takes your brain to process everything on the page.


In other words, make sure your pages load fast — but don't make it slow!





6. Keep Your Web Design Simple


When it comes to your website, simplicity is key - especially if you're going to be making money off it.


Many people who design websites have no idea how to make their sites easier to use. But having a basic and attractive design can get you traffic and conversions.


It's an easy way to get more clients, too. When you have a terrific design, people are more likely to trust you with their data or spend money on your products.





Finally


While it may seem like a small thing, making your website mobile-friendly can make all the difference between a satisfied customer and a disgruntled one.


Seeing and reading content on a mobile device is often just as enjoyable as seeing and reading it on a larger screen.


One study found that users were 50% more likely to buy something after seeing it on a mobile device.


Making your website responsive is also important for SEO. It allows search engines to direct users to the site they are interested in based on device capabilities.





So, I hope this article helped you with some tips on how to make your website more mobile-friendly,


If you have some more tips on how to make your website mobile-friendly please, write in the comment section below!


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