With the number of different devices used everyday, having a mobile site is crucial for many businesses to be able to compete effectively. In todays’ society, it is not safe to assume that a website will be viewed on a desktop computer, especially considering the number of different devices people use everyday, from their smartphone, netbooks and ipads or even a web-enabled TV.
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In the near future, the amount of mobile phones with internet access (a.k.a. smart phones), will outnumber the amount of people living in the US. This gives businesses a whole new outlet for selling their products. Make sure your business is ready for the flow of customers who will be visiting your website through their phones with these three steps.
The term user-friendly seems self-explanatory. And by the most simplistic definition, it is. When something is user-friendly, it is easily workable and accessible to others. However, there is much more to the term user-friendly than you may think.
The average conversion rate for a website is around 3%. This doesn’t have to be your story. Many websites convert at 10 percent and higher.