Should I use responsive design for my Website?

Because smartphones are a necessity today and nearly everybody has one, the question in the title of this blog post, “Should I use responsive design for my Website?” has a short answer: YES.  Also, it’s not about “should”, it’s more about “must.” Google has announced that from April 21st, 2015 it will give a significant increase in positions to websites that offer a mobile friendly version (m.site.com, for example), or that are responsive friendly. So, if your website is not “friendly” on mobile devices (iPhone, Android or tablet) then it will be affected by a significant drop in positions in the major search engine: Google. Good News: Check if your website meets the requirements. If it doesn’t, you can fix it! In order to help webmasters and business owners, Google offers an online tool called “mobile friendly”, you can check for example the result of the test on our website by clicking here. There, you will see a representation of your website seen on a small smartphone. If your site is friendly you’ll get a green message, so you will have nothing to worry about.         If your site has not been detected as mobile friendly, you will see this: It will then list the technical issues that need to be fixed in order to make your website mobile friendly. Make sure to fix all the problems as soon as possible, because time is key in search engine optimization. You never really know how long it will take the Google bot to come back and analyze your site again, so this is one train you don’t want to miss! 33.7489954...

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