Mobile, Responsive Websites

You would think that by 2024, there would be no need to talk about mobile responsive websites. But, the statistics show otherwise...Why do you need your website to show up well on mobile devices?

  1. General Website Statistics:
    There are approximately 1.13 billion websites on the internet. However, only a fraction of these are actively used and updated. Surprisingly, 82% of websites are inactive, leaving only 200,121,724 actively maintained and visited sites.

    A new website is built approximately every three seconds. So, by the time you finish reading this article, 200 new websites will have been created1.

    71% of businesses now have a website in 2023. This increase can be attributed to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, which accelerated the trend of businesses establishing an online presence1.

    28% of all business activity is now conducted online, reflecting the growing importance of the internet in today’s business world and the trend of e-commerce1.

  2. Mobile Optimization:
     of users will never return to a website that is not mobile adaptive. The conversion gap between mobile and desktop is 270%, highlighting the importance of mobile optimization2.

    Mobile-optimized websites receive 15% more unique clicks, while users are likely to switch to competitors’ websites if they have a bad web experience23.

    58.3% of all web traffic comes from mobile devices, a steadily increasing trend over the past five years and a 7% increase from 20204.

Remember, having a mobile-friendly website is crucial for retaining users and ensuring a positive online experience. These statistics emphasize the need for businesses and individuals to prioritize mobile optimization in their web design efforts.

Source: Forbes Advisor1 | Review422 | TechReport3 |Fit Small Business4

You may already have a responsive website, but when you look at it on your phone, wouldn't you rather have a website that is easier to find the information you want your clients to find?

Beautiful buttons make it much easier to navigate your mobile site as well as quicker access to important information. Think of it as a micro site or web app for your business!

It's been almost 9 years since Google announced the release of their new algorithm (on April 21, 2015) that would be used to rank your website on what it considers a mobile device. Your website has to be mobile friendly, or you are going to miss out on a lot of people finding your business when searching for your product or service on their phone. (See article:

And the browsers have followed suit with pushing all websites to be behind https with Google also using https as a ranking factor. Get with the 21st century and don't miss out!

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