Google announced new algorithm for mobile-friendly searches months ago, but as of today, April 21 2015, websites that are not mobile-friendly will lose their position in Google mobile searches. It's happening. How to avoid it?
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A PDF with a complete Guide For a Well-Structured Mobile Site for small and medium businesses – practical tips from our dedicated ActiveMobi Team for a mobile site that rocks!
The “Homepage” is primarily a carrier of your unique brand, and not simply a page with an area for your logo. It is the starting point of your navigation strategy, and not merely a signpost for its visitors. There is more to the “Homepage” than the message you want to convey and a focus image you wish to attract your viewers to.
Despite being at the very end of your mobile site, the “Contact us/me” page tells as much about the character of your business as your homepage, and is a place where you can reassure your potential clients that what they have found is exactly what they had been looking for.
The “Gallery/Videos” page is a place reserved for feeling, not thinking. It is here that you can easily reinforce or destroy the credibility of your business, enhance or ruin its prospects' overall impression.
The "Offer" page serves a dual function – it lets you invite your visitors to purchase your products and services by presenting a successful offer, as well as equip them with mobile-friendly means for doing it.
The „About us/me” page is not only one of the most visited pages on your mobile site, but also a place where you can picture your ambitions, plans and enthusiasm – they are the DNA of your business and the reasons why you are creating your mobile website.
A successful mobile website necessarily needs to reflect business objectives in both its design and structure, with the mobile factor being the critical objective.