Surprisingly, many businesses today still don’t have a mobile-friendly website. And, if you’re one of them, NOW is the time to get with the times. There are two primary ways to create a mobile website: responsive design and mobile templates. A responsive design requires you to have one website that automatically adapts to all screen sizes, no matter what device. A mobile template, on the other hand, requires you to have a second mobile-only website.
Responsive design is far and away the most popular method for designing a mobile website. It’s also most likely to benefit your business, and here’s why:
Mobile Usage is Massive
If you find it hard to believe that people are using the Internet on mobile devices, consider these stats from Smart Insights:
User Experience is Essential
According to Google’s Think Insights on mobile, users are 60% more likely to leave your mobile website if they have a frustrating experience or don’t see what they’re looking for. If they have a positive experience with your mobile website, they’re 67% more likely to buy a product or use a service.
By now, you should know that social media is a marketing mainstay. And, if you’ve been using social media as part of your strategy, there’s a good chance you’ve seen an increase in mobile traffic. That’s because a staggering 55% of social media consumption happens on a mobile device.
As a full-service printer, McQuick Printing Company handles everything for you, from strategy and design to four-color printing, digital printing, mailing and other printing services.
Our commitment to the printing industry warrants constant upgrades to our equipment in the effort to provide the best quality product. The team goal of our organization is to always provide the highest quality in the most timely manner, and at the best possible value to our customers. Keeping current with rapidly changing technology is the key to maintaining a competitive edge. At McQuick Printing Company, we believe that if you merge technology with skilled craftsmen, you position yourself to be an industry leader.