In 2015 Google.com stated they would decrease website rankings if all pages are not mobile friendly from a cell phone. That policy
began in late 2016. We try to follow what Google wants because they have over 70% of all Internet search moving through their website or other
websites they supply the search results for.
You've probably noticed that a website that is the most user friendly for a cell phone is designed differently than one that is meant for viewing on a
desktop, laptop, or tablet. The cell phone screen size requires dividing a website's page information into multiple pages, sometimes several
pages, so that it's user friendly. For instance, an auto insurance services page usually has many sections about the coverage and all on one
page. That isn't practical for a user friendly cell phone version. The topic of auto insurance will need a menu page with links to other pages
explaining the coverage topics. This gives the visitor a quick and easy way to drill-down to a topic area within auto insurance, if they so choose.
Otherwise, you present your visitor with a very long and possibly irritating to them need to scroll down the page. Not to mention the extra time it
may take for a non-user friendly cell phone website page to open.
What we build for you is dozens of pages to better serve the unique challenge that the cell phone small display offers. For example, if your
website has 15 insurance services pages and 15 quote forms. That will translate to about 100 pages for the cell phone friendly version to
appropriately display the same material.