About this Topic
What is Mobile Friendly?
Mobile Friendly no longer means your website works on Mobile devices.
It now means your website is built for and adapts to mobiles and isn't just designed for computer screens.
Is my website Mobile Friendly?
Test your website using Google's free
Mobile Friendly Test
. You'll just need your website's URL
How we achieve Mobile Friendly sites
When Google announced that they'd be consider Mobile Friendly a ranking factor, we changed the way we built websites.
Throughout the end of 2015 and 2016, we further developped our platform to allow our clients to have
technology is a form of Mobile Friendly, where the content of a page responds and adapts to the screensize.
How you can achieve a Mobile Friendly site
If you don't have a Mobile Friendly site currently, we have 2 options available to you.
Option 1 is a
of your website. Not only will we change the design of your website as to give it a more modern look, we'll also build it on the
Option 2 is a
. This is where we rebuild your website, exactly as it is now, on our
The importance of having a Mobile Friendly website
Nowadays, nearly everyone has a smartphone. In fact, according to Google's own data, more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in more than 10 countries.
Because Google want to improve the User Experience (UX) of sites found on their search engine, Google have changed the way they rank websites and now penalise those that aren't Mobile Friendly. If your site is not Mobile Friendly, Google are already:
- Warning users against visiting your website
- Ranking your site lower for mobile searches
- Deeming your site unsuitable for mobile users