As of mid April of 2015, Google made a change to their algorithm that primarily had an impact for mobile devices. This change would penalize websites for not being mobile friendly. If you were not mobile responsive, this Google change would cause you to be pushed down in Google’s search rankings. How do you as a business or individual prevent this from happening? It’s called “Responsive Design.” It’s a technique that focuses on making your content adapt and respond to any size screen, whether that is mobile, tablet, or laptops. This way, no matter what screen your customers/audience is using to view your site, you are assured that it will render with the appropriate content for each screen and best of all, Google won’t penalize you! So, how do you do this? It’s simple. We are here to help you in your journey to have the most effective and efficient website to both reach your customers/audience as well as keep you towards the top of the list, no matter what Google does. How do I get started building a responsive website? Here is a small look at what you get with us partnering with you.
Full Website – Responsive Design:
- Hosting/Domain Name
- Personalized Theme/Custom Design*
- Basic SEO
- Google Analytics
- And much more!
*Price will vary upon choice of custom or template design and other options. This is not a full feature list for a new site build. For full information on what we offer and pricing, please fill out the form on our contact page here.
If you are still not sure whether your site is mobile responsive or not and don’t want to get penalized, send us a message through the form below and we will do a FREE consultation to help you make the decision. Fill out the form below to get a quote, more information, or just ask a question about what this new change is from Google and how you can make sure your site is not penalized. You can also comment below and we will be more than willing to talk or chat! We look forward to working with you and in case you want more information on the specifics of the algorithm update, here is a link to the full information on the recently new Google Mobile Responsive Algorithm change.