Is Your Website Ready For Mobile Users?

In a recent interview Samuel Junghenn owner of Think Big Online revealed that Mobile Internet Usage was on the rise for 2012. In fact he stated that it was the next breakout market and business owners should start to embrace mobile ready websites.

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Mobile Internet Usage is growing, this year it’s expected that more smart phones will be sold than actual PC computers. This growth can only be expected to continue into 2013 and beyond

(PRWEB) July 28, 2012

In a recent interview Samuel Junghenn owner of Think Big Online revealed that Mobile Internet Usage was on the rise for 2012. In fact he stated that it was the next breakout market and business owners should start to embrace mobile ready websites.

A mobile ready website is a website which can be easily loaded and read on a mobile phone without breaking the design and flow of the site. Websites that are built using Wordpress can easily be extended to be mobile ready using plug-ins. Websites, which are not using Wordpress, would require more customization to achieve desired results.

“One of the main reasons we recommend Wordpress as a Content Management System is it easily extends to mobile browsers. With some minor customization and installation of plug-ins we can easily have any website Mobile ready,” Says Samuel Junghenn from Think Big Online.

Samuel goes on to say, “Mobile Internet Usage is growing, this year it’s expected that more smart phones will be sold than actual PC computers. This growth can only be expected to continue into 2013 and beyond.”

A quick way to test whether your site is Mobile Friendly is using the W3C Mobile Checker. Simply visit http://validator.w3.org/mobile/ and put in the URL of your site and it will list out any errors. If it passes this test then it should be fine for all smart phone users.

Samuel Junghenn from Think Big Online recommends that all business owners conduct this test now, so they can start dealing with any of the issues raised. By doing this business owners can position themselves for the mobile growth, which is expected to take, place.

If you’d like to find out more about making your website mobile friendly simply visit http://www.thinkbigonline.com.au and submit a contact request to Samuel.


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