Mobile sites are designed for mobile devices, while keeping the needs of mobile users in mind. If your business has a mobile-friendly site, you will be better positioned to give your mobile customers the information they are searching for right to their fingertips thus increasing sales. If users arrive at a site that is not mobile friendly they will simply go to your competitor’s mobile site. The slides below lists some mobile site best practices.

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Keep It Quick!

Keep It Quick!

Design your mobile site with speed in mind!

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Easy To Convert!

Easy To Convert!

Your mobile site should make it easy for customers to contact your business, find you and get directions to your business.

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Simplify Navigation!

Simplify Navigation!

Your mobile site should be easy to navigate on a mobile device displaying Home/Back buttons and search options.

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Make It Local!

Make It Local!

Mobile users generally search for local businesses, a restaurant, a dentist. Design your mobile site with easy access to your business's location.

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Thumb Friendly!

Thumb Friendly!

Mobile users don't have a mouse or a keyboard, therefore buttons need to be easily accessible(big). Use drop-down menus to minimize typing.

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Make It Seamless!

Make It Seamless!

When possible try to sync as much information from your desktop to your mobile site as possible without compromising direct access to the most important information.

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Design for Visibility!

Design for Visibility!

When designing your mobile site, try to understand the mobile user's environment, low light, bright sunlight! Make your site easy to view on mobile devices in different conditions.

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