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Google Recommends Building Smartphone-Optimized Websites

Google has put the word out that smartphone-optimized sites are important to consider.  With that recommendation, they included the term “Use responsive web design“.

What is Responsive Web Design?

Responsive web design is a setup where the server always sends the same HTML code to all devices and CSS is used to alter the rendering of the page on the device using media queries.  Simply put, Responsive web design [RWD] is when your site is crafted to provide an optimal viewing experience for ease of reading, navigation, scrolling on multiple devices such as desktops, tablets and mobiles or one site to serve all devices.

2013 is going to be a banner year for Mobile Marketing.

Mobile devices have been a means of new traffic.  But mobile have limited screen space, some with widths as narrow as 320 pixels.  Tablets and smartphone use has been growing exponentially for the past 4 years, and it’s going to continue to grow.  Being Responsive theme ready will help increase traffic to your site creating fully functioning sites rather than decreasing traffic due to frustration on lack of functions and navigation.  

Have you optimized for mobile yet?

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