Mobile is the way forward
In April 2015, Google updated its Mobile Search Algorithm. The update changed the way Google looks at mobile friendly pages and search results. In essence, if your website is not mobile-friendly it will not return in search results (or at least be a lot lower ranking).
This is a large change and therefore companies with a non-responsive non-mobile friendly website will no longer receive the amount of traffic they did before.
Time for Change
Morris Projects offers a complete website design and development service. Our websites are completely responsive meaning they are mobile friendly. This means you would not be affected by the change and continue to receive the traffic you deserve.
If you would like to find out more on our products or services, please get in touch with Morris Projects.
Responsive Website Development
If you are looking for a new or existing website update we can help. We specialise in custom responsive CMS (content management system) websites for all business areas.
There are many advantages of having a responsive website, we have listed some below.
Responsive refers to how the website acts on different screen sizes. It means that if the website is loaded on a mobile, tablet, laptop or large screen the website is responsive in how the information is shown the user.
Having a responsive website means that it is built for mobile first, then the other screen sizes after. Ensuring your website is mobile friendly has now become a must have situation following this update.
Making a website mobile friendly makes it easier for users that visit the site with smaller screen sizes. You should not restrict a users ability to see the information they need, therefore making the site mobile friendly ensures the best user experience.
No More Scroll
When a site is not mobile friendly they can still access the website however it is difficult to see and navigate. It involves a lot of scrolling and zooming on the device. With a responsive site the information is made to fit the device and clear to the user.