Earlier this year Google announced they had made changes to their mobile search algorithm that would affect mobile search rankings for websites that were not responsive. This has meant that many companies have seen a drop in their search positions because their website does not perform well on mobile devices.

Enter the URL of your website below to see whether or not you pass Google's Mobile-Friendly test. 

 

Did you pass the test?

If you passed the test then your website is classified as responsive and will likely perform well on mobile devices.

If you did not pass or scored lower than you would have liked we can help! We will work with you to find the right development path that suits your budget and requirements to make your website more responsive for mobile devices.

In most cases as you already have a website you will have a good starting point in terms of content and images so you wont be starting from a blank sheet. This will hopefully speed up the transition from a non responsive template to a responsive version.

If your website has been been developed using a content management system such as Umbraco this may be an ideal opportunity to also upgrade which will give you the added benefit of making the updating of your website easier and compatible with the latest browser releases.

Take a look at our website development page to find out more or call us on 01925 607310 alternatively email info@link-infotec.co.uk.

 

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