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Is Your Mobile Site Really Mobile Friendly?

Recently Google launched its new initiative called GoMo to help webmasters to help build mobile friendly website. Google started this service as more and more people are using smart phone in the world and they browse internet from their smart phone. As users expect their mobile experience to be as good as their desktop experience, it is necessary to make your website of blog mobile friendly.

Why You Need Mobile Friendly Website?

Your desktop site is optimized for the desktop browser and for big screen so when you access through mobile, it is accessible but your desktop site on a mobile phone doesn’t mean it’s mobile-friendly. Mobile sites are designed for the small screen, with the needs of mobile users in mind, and fast loading. A mobile-friendly site can help your business connect with customers and drive conversions.

If you already have mobile website then GoMo also helps webmasters to check if their mobile website is really mobile friendly or not with the help of GoMo Meter.

The GoMo Meter tool will give you a snap of how your mobile site may actually look like on a smart phone, what is the average loading time and it also generates a detailed report from which you can optimize your mobile site even more mobile-friendly. You can download the detailed report in PDF format for future reference or also send this report to your email. If your site is not optimized for the smart phones than Google also suggest from where you can make your mobile website.

If you haven’t tested your site for mobile version, check today and if your site is not mobile friendly than do necessary changes as per the detailed report and enhance the web experience of your customer from smart phone.

Manish Patel

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