Mobilizing Your Website


Mobile WebsitesDid you know there are over 6.8 billion people in the world? Of that number, did you know 5.1 billion of them own a cell phone and only 4.2 billion of them own a toothbrush?

Hmm…with stats like these, it’s obvious that your website should be mobilized for every type of mobile device and mobile browser. 

Why Get Mobilized?

Normally within reach, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, the cell phone has become more like an extra limb for some. A cultural phenomenon, the mobile device has made it easier for the person “on-the-go” to search online in a matter of seconds.

And, with 48% of mobile users using their device to access local content and business information like addresses, times of operation, and products/services available, it’s imperative your website is mobilized. You don’t want to miss out on potential traffic searching via their mobile device.

Having a mobile-friendly website creates credibility among new and repeat customers, allowing for instant marketability of your business. But, before you get to mobilizing your website, make sure you know the difference between having a mobile version of your website and having a mobile capable website.

In world of web design, there’s a difference.

Mobile Capability vs. Mobile Version

Traditionally, websites are designed for a computer screen, not a cell phone or tablet; therefore, most websites are not optimized to be seen on a mobile device.

As a business owner, it’s essential to understand the types of ways you can mobilize your website so you can receive best ROI from its design, and leverage yourself above the competition.

Check out the difference –>

Mobile Capable

The screen on your cell phone or tablet is not the same size as your desktop computer; therefore adjustments need to be made for a mobilized website.

A mobile capable website is an exact replica of your website, but smaller in size. They provide the correct dimensions for any mobile browsers, and make it easier for the user to navigate and find information on their cell phone.

In this type of mobilized design, your website is not simplified; it’s only modified. The design, content and navigation all stay the same, only the dimensions of your website changes.

Mobile Version

A mobile version of your website can be compared to a redesign in the world of web design. When a mobile version of your website is created, your website will reflect the same theme, but simplified in content, images, and navigation. It’s not a replica of your website.

Most of the time, the mobile version of your website only has a certain amount of content visible to the user. Select menu items and pages that have the highest conversion rates are normally chosen, but popular pages such as the Home page, Services, About Us and Contact us are commonly chosen.

Either way, a high-quality, mobile website is beneficial to your business. It provides the chance to boost brand awareness and the ability to stick out from the competition.

A beautifully-designed mobile website displays professionalism, and the opportunity to gain more conversions from your Albuquerque website design. Know the ways you can mobilize your website before making the decision.

Albuquerque Website Design

At, we provide free website consultations so you can understand the types of ways your business can be optimized online. Don’t be misdiagnosed, and discover the best way for your Albuquerque website design to be found online. Contact us today, 505.821.2000.

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