It's no surprise that we live in an era of technology. Look around next time you're at a restaurant and you'll see people on their devices more than you'll see them communicating with the person across the table. What does this mean for businesses? It means that change is inevitable and it's time to jump on the technology bandwagon. The majority of businesses have already made the transition but how do you really know what devices are being used and why?
Google wants mobile users to have easy access to websites that have been mobile optimized. We don’t blame them: mobile search has increased dramatically in recent years, so it is important to prioritize sites that are mobile friendly. According to Google, the changes will "affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results. Consequently, users will find it easier to get relevant, high quality search results that are optimized for their devices." (Source) Luckily, Google has given site owners a warning about this change, so you still have time to prepare. In this blog post, we will discuss Google's mobile updates, and what to expect if you are a website owner.
Having a responsive website is more important than ever, simply because we live in a world of technology and mobile devices. At this point, i'm fairly positive that almost everyone browses the internet AT LEAST once a day from a mobile device.