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2014 Digital Checklist: Mobile Friendly Websites

Have you checked out your website on a mobile device?

Mobile Friendly Website

More and more internet users are accessing websites through smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Some of our clients receive up to 50% of their web traffic through mobile phones.

The mobile market results in some great returns too!

  • 9 out of 10 searchers take action after searching on a mobile device
  • After looking up a local business on a mobile device 61% call and 59% visit the business
  • 36% of people searching on a mobile device take action immediately, with 39% within a few hours and 14% within a day

To make the most of this market it’s becoming increasingly important to develop a mobile website for your business.

Users visiting your website on their mobile device have little patience for a poor user experience. Things that look great on a desktop like large images, videos and drop down menus can take time to load on a mobile device. Too much content also requires users to do a lot of ‘pinch and zoom’. If they can’t use your site effortlessly they will go in search of one they can.

The team at e-CBD can create a beautifully designed mobile website that’s unique to your needs & branding, increasing your exposure to mobile audiences.

Our mobile website features include;

  • Compatibility with all major mobile, tablet, e-reader and desktop platforms
  • A simple ‘click to call’ feature on your business number
  • Supporting touch, mouse and cursor based input methods
  • Allowing the same underlying codebase to automatically scale from smartphone to desktop sized screens
  • Integrated with our ModX Content Management System so you can edit the content yourself

So to talk about how a Mobile Friendly Website can help your business, contact the friendly team at e-CBD today!

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