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Have you tried to access your business website from your mobile phone?

How did that work out for you?

Did you need to scroll and zoom just to get basic information?

Before we purchase anything these days we like to know a little more about what we are thinking about buying. Generally we will search online to read any reviews or complaints that have been posted about the product in question. Certainly for any business to succeed it must ensure that it can provide information that its potential customers will want. Certainly in the last few years the importance of mobile websites for local businesses has grown quite substantially.

So what are the reasons why as a business you should be looking to make sure that your website is mobile friendly? Below we take a look at just a number of these.

Reason 1 – Year by year the number of people who are choosing to use the Internet has a source for information is growing. During the last ten years there has been a huge rise in Internet usage. In fact in the USA alone it grew between 2000 and 2010 an amazing 150%.

Reason 2 – Around 40% of all people who own a mobile phone today will go online and around half of these will actually be spending time online at least once each day.

Reason 3 – The creating of a mobile website for your business is relatively inexpensive. However how they are designed is different from the way in which a traditional website will be designed because of the screen size and resolutions that need to be worked with. Plus you will find that creating such a site doesn’t take up as much time.

Moreover, there are currently more mobile phones in the US than computers, and more and more folks are using their mobile devices to search for basic products and services (especially local products and services), not having a mobile version may start to have a negative impact on your bottom line.

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