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Rockport Web Sites builds Responsive, Mobile-friendly Websites.

Important news if you are without a mobile-friendly site

Starting on April 21, 2015, Google implemented new rules. Websites that are problematic to use on smaller screens will end up with lower search rankings, attract fewer visitors, and over time steadily loose relevance.

Gone are the days when we knew for certain that everyone was viewing the web on a desktop or laptop computer.  Increasingly, people are viewing the web on a variety of devices - tablets, smart phones and other mobile devices.

If your website doesn’t support those devices, this can negatively affect how users interact with your business.

  • The site may load slowly,
  • the layout is fixed and awkward to navigate and
  • you may end up with a frustrated user.

Statistics show that most users don’t convert when using small screen devices which means you may be losing out on valuable business opportunities.

Turn this problem around using responsive design.

We’ll redesign your website to adapt and scale to whatever kind of device the user is viewing from while maintaining your existing look and feel and improving overall performance. We’ll test it on a variety of devices  - mobile and non-mobile - to ensure the experience is consistent and easy to use.

25% off

re-designs to mobile-friendly for our existing customers.

Share with a friend and they can get 20% off a re-design of their existing website.

Offer is good until December 31, 2017.

Email or call today. Email or call today

Responsive sites are mobile friendly.

Use this site from Google to see if your site is mobile-friendly.

Time to get started

Successful mobile websites make it easier to read content, to navigate pages and menus, and can be easily accessed by anyone, regardless of device.

A responsive web, mobile friendly web design relies on a set of core principles:

  • Fast Loading
  • Viewable
  • Touchable
  • Actionable

Mobile devices often have limited bandwidth. That means, that if your website is slow to download, users will get annoyed and will perhaps not use it. Therefore you need to think about making your website fast to download.

Need help getting your responsive design going? Remember - New rules start April 21, 2015 with Google searches.

Just drop us a note. Just don’t delay, the time to act is today.

Did You Know?

  • As of March 2014, the average US consumer spends two hours and 42 minutes per day on their mobile devices, according to analytics service Flurry.
  • Though the majority of this time is spent using apps (primarily games and Facebook), 14 percent of time spent on iOS and Android devices is spent on a Web browser.
  • As such, implementing a mobile-friendly website for your business is imperative to giving the 61 percent of US consumers who own smartphones (as of 2013) the best possible digital experience.

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