Mobile Responsive Website

Mobile First

With mobile now being the dominant search platform over desktop, the importance of a responsive website has never been more obvious. A responsive web design allows you to stay ahead of the trend and rank higher than the rest of your competition.

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Mobile Responsive Website

Optimal Viewing Experience

Aim for website functionality and performance

Nearly 75% of users prefer mobile-friendly sites. A responsive web design layout can give you an advantage of providing a better browsing experience for your visitors and encourage a positive behaviour that could possibly turn into sales.

  • Improved performance statistics
  • Increases your conversion rates
  • 78% of mobile searches for local businesses convert into sales
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Our Approach

Flexible and responsive web pages

Our digital marketing platform will rate your website’s responsiveness and check if it is optimised for all types of devices. We will also suggest ideas on how you can make your site more appealing on a mobile device and make it more mobile friendly.

  • Increase engagement on devices your visitors are using
  • Design suggestions that will instantly captivate your audience
  • Analyse important mobile metrics
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Website Mobile Responsiveness Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is a mobile-friendly site same as a mobile app?

    We understand the confusion since both are being accessed on smartphones and tablets but to put it simply, a mobile website is a browser-based responsive version of a website that is accessed via the internet, whereas a mobile app is a downloadable application and being installed on your device and rendered without the use of a browser.

  • What is the difference between adaptive and responsive website?

    Adaptive and responsive designs can both prepare your site for mobile use but you also must determine which one would be suitable for your website. An adaptive design uses several layouts for different screen sizes while responsive web design, on the other hand, adapts to the size of the screen no matter what the target device is. It uses a fluid grid that enables the page to resize and show the pages correctly. Responsive design requires a lot of development work but ultimately has more benefits most important of which would be website loading.

  • What is Google mobile-first indexing?

    It means Google will use mobile versions of the websites as their primary search engine index, giving ranking priority to websites with flexible and responsive web pages. This initiative was brought about by the growing number of mobile searches and it would further help users easily find what they are looking for.