Just a few years ago if you had a business and you didn’t have a website you didn’t exist… Nowadays if you are not present on mobile devices you are invisible to a great percentage of the internet users.

There are a lot of reasons for a website to be mobile friendly in the mobile technology era that we live in. We will only point a few of them bellow.

55% of all Internet browsing comes through Mobile devices

If we consider the way technology works, we will notice that more than half of the global web traffic comes through Mobile and Tablet devices. The mobile users sum up a significantly percentage of 54.91%, as seen on statcounter.com and the number is increasing.

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The best way to do business is to adapt, otherwise more than half of your visitors will go away! As a wise man once said: “The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” Albert Einstein

A mobile ready website is more available.

Mobile users get to the web wherever they are. The main reason is that the moment requires it and a desktop PC or laptop is unavailable. A website that is not mobile-friendly can push your guests and even followers to search for another site to explore. This is why websites should also have responsive designs, to be available at any minute and with any gadget.

Mobile ready means better ranking on Google

In April 2015, Google began showing favor to responsive (mobile-friendly) websites. Websites that provide a good user experience on mobile devices rank higher than non-mobile-ready sites in search results for mobile users.
Starting July 1st, 2019, mobile-first indexing is enabled by default for all new websites. For older or existing websites, Google will continue to monitor and evaluate pages based on the best practices.

Optimizing Page Speed will reduce the Bounce Rates

Statistics show that more than 53% of mobile users will leave a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load.

Google started using the mobile page speed in ranking the search results in 2018. This means websites with a good score on Page Speed will have higher ranking on Google, who owns 94% of total organic search traffic worldwide. Lower ranking, less visits.

Test if your Website is Mobile Ready with Google

Here is where you can test if your Website is Mobile Friendly: Search.google.com

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One of our top priorities at CodingHeads when it comes to building a website is making sure it runs fast and its design goes well on most types of Mobile devices to respect the visitors choice.