The bottom line of responsive design
What is responsive design?
In case you’re reading this having no idea what responsive design means, the basic definition is the design of websites to ensure that they automatically adjust to fit optimally on all screens they appear on. Basically, if you visit the website on a desktop, it looks good. If you visit it on your mobile device, it still looks good. Mobile marketing and responsive design is vital to any good digital strategy.
Why your company needs responsive design
Being mobile responsive is more important than just having a good-looking website. What you may not realise is that by not having a responsive website, your business could actually be losing money.
According to Search Engine Watch, 80% of searches through mobile devices result in a purchase, which is great news if you have a responsive website. If you don’t have a responsive website, the news is less comforting. If customers find your mobile site difficult to navigate, there is a chance that they will leave your website without making a purchase.
There’s also a considerable chance that visitors to your website will bounce immediately if your website doesn’t look good, or takes too long to load. Seriously, you could be losing up to 30% of potential customers.
More than that, because Google favours mobile responsive design, it’s less likely to show your website in search results, which means less people visiting your website. With Google dominating the search engine (almost 75% of all searches are made through Google’s engine) that’s a lot of potential leads.
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