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The Importance of a Mobile-Friendly Website (Infographic)

Ensuring that your website is responsive (mobile-friendly) should be the top thing on your marketing to-do list. Check out the statistics and the mobile-friendly website infographic below to learn why! (click here to go straight to the infographic)

64% of small businesses currently have a website. Of those websites, 81% mobile-friendly. (Clutch)

As the number of mobile-friendly sites increases, the demand for your small business site to be mobile-friendly also increases.

Mobile online traffic is increasing; since 2013, online traffic has increased by 36%. (Statista)

With such a drastic increase in traffic, ensuring your website is mobile-friendly is no longer optional. If you have a website that’s not responsive (mobile-friendly), you could be missing out on more than half of online traffic (52.2%).

80% of internet users are also smartphone users. (TDA)

Only 20% of people who use the internet do not own a smartphone. That means that your industry and target market are most likely already smartphone users, so making your website responsive would only improve the experience of your current and potential customers.

Response time plays a big role in abandoned visits, with 53% of mobile website visits being abandoned if the site doesn’t load within 3 seconds. (TDA)

Making your website responsive and optimized for mobile-devices means faster load times and better user experiences on your website when it’s viewed on a mobile device.

 

Check out the mobile-friendly website infographic below. We welcome you to use this infographic on your website or other marketing materials, provided you include a link back to our website (www.steadyradiancedesign.com).

Mobile-Friendly Website Infographic

We welcome you to use this infographic on your website or in other marketing materials, provided you include a link back to our website (www.steadyradiancedesign.com).

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