In part 1, we took at look at what a responsive website is and how it differs from a mobile website. We also looked at some important stats recorded in 2016, that show just how many American’s are shopping with their mobile devices. If you haven’t read part 1, go ahead and click here to read it, then come back and read this.
We’ve talked about responsive websites quite a bit this year, but now it’s 2017, I want to look at some of the key reasons you need a responsive website for your business. This is going to be a two-parter, so strap yourself in for the “It’s 2017! Time you got a responsive website” marathon!
“But my website is responsive! My users click on a menu link and the website loads the page the user wants to visit”
If only that was what was meant by the term “responsive”. Unfortunately, having a responsive website doesn’t mean that your website responds to user actions, although if you do want to make sales, your website should be responding to the users’ action.
You’ve done the math, nailed the SEO, got the social media marketing game going on. Your website is beautifully designed, its content is well written, and you’ve got an amazing product or service with a competitive price. Naturally, you’re attracting droves of highly-targeted active visitors.
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Negative feedback is inevitable. It happens to even the best and most well-intentioned business owners. So what do you do when you receive it on your website?