10 Website Secrets; Part 1, your website must be fully responsive
Posted on 7th April 2018 at 10:22
We spend a lot of time looking for bad websites. In fact we love them, because when we find one, we know that it’s an opportunity to help the owner get a new website that will benefit their business. But we are not the only ones who like bad websites - your competitors do too. They know that if you have a website that isn’t easy for visitors to use and that doesn’t engage them, people won’t stay on there for long. Potential customers will get fed up, and instead of contacting you or buying your products, they will leave your site and go elsewhere - straight to your competitors!
It’s time that your website helped your business more than it helps your competitors – here is the first of our top 10 tips that will enable it to do just that.
Evergreen Kitchens of Reigate Limited have a brand new responsive website, created by it'seeze Horsham, to showcase their tailor-made kitchens.
Their previous site was outdated and non-responsive, meaning that it was hard to view on mobile devices. Regardless of the size of screen it was viewed on, the website just didn't do justice to Evergreen's beautiful kitchens. Steve and Hannah from Evergreen asked it'seeze to create a new website that had a classy feel to it, and to include plenty of pictures of their kitchens, and some of the great testimonials that they have received from their customers. They also wanted the site to be easy to navigate, and for their contact details to be clearly visible.
New Premises and A New Website for N.V. White Limited
Posted on 3rd April 2017 at 20:33
There is little benefit of being found online if the contact details on your website are out of date. That was the dilemma N.V. White faced when they relocated their business from Eltham in South London, to Smallfield in Surrey.
A fully responsive website is one that automatically adapts to the size of the screen it is being viewed on, meaning the content is as easy to read on a mobile or tablet as it is on a desktop or laptop.
It is estimated that between 70% and 80% of websites are still non-responsive. If yours is in that 70-80%, read on to find why you should go responsive.
Google Mobile-First Indexing – More Benefits To Going Responsive
Posted on 22nd December 2016 at 09:31
The need for businesses to have fully responsive websites is greater than ever, as Google has started to roll out its mobile-first indexing. Google’s mobile index will now be the primary focus for search, meaning that Google will be crawling mobile content first, rather than desktop material.