We think it must have happened sometime this year… a sudden realisation that after all the unnecessary wastage of effort (and marketing spend) on WAP and Apps – yes, you know who you are and are probably still feel the hurt – there is now a compelling case for looking at your site on the move.
We don’t mean looking at the screen whilst running around it, but thinking about mobile devices.
So, if you want to measure immediately whether you should be thinking ‘Mobile’ then do these checks:
Once you’ve taken all this into account, you will have an idea of the revenue you’re missing out on by not having a mobile-friendly website.
Next month, we’ll be discussing some different ways in which you can then promote to mobile devices … it’s not just Apps, but there are many other ways in which you can make it work for you.
If you’re interesting in help navigating a steady course, then talk to Ergo Digital. We’d be more than happy to listen and share some ideas. Until then, Merry Christmas!
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