We use Google daily. When we need to know something quick, it’s the first resource we think of. Have you ever wondered how Google determines what information and which sites to present to you first? Often, we supply even the vaguest of terms and still receive detailed and helpful search results that get us the answers or information we want.
Mobile optimization is something that savvy webmasters and business owners have been doing for years. But, with the recent Google algorithm update that actively penalizes unresponsive sites, designing for handheld devices is no longer optional. It’s a necessity if your business intends to compete online.
Businesses are encouraged to have an online presence, and we strongly agree with that. However, having a website is no good if you don’t maintain it and keep up to date with changes. Google has recently announced one such change.
It is no longer a question whether or not you should optimize your website for mobile users, you ultimately must. If you still need some convincing, here are 5 solid reasons you should consider: