Did you know that over 80% of internet users own smart phones?
Even more significant is the fact that more and more consumers are…
…using their mobile devices to research products and make purchases online.
And yet, there are still so many businesses who have websites that are frustrating to view and use on a mobile device!
Those businesses are losing out on sales and leads, and the situation will only get worse for them as the mobile trend continues.
So, how do you make a website “mobile-friendly”?
In this report, we cover:
- The criteria for a mobile-friendly site
- How businesses can see if they pass the test
- The steps they need to take to make their website mobile-friendly
And here’s where the great, time-saving part comes in for you….
You can grab a license to:
- Customize, and
- Sell this report (and all its extra goodies)
You’ll be helping your own readers and customers take advantage of the mobile revolution.
They’ll be able to keep both Google and their own customers happy,
….and they’ll have YOU to thank for it!
Here’s an overview of what you’ll get in How to Make Your Website Mobile Friendly:
- Introduction: The Mobilegeddon is at Hand
- Is My Website Mobile-Friendly?
- My Website isn’t Mobile-Friendly – Now What?
- Your Options for Creating a Mobile-Friendly Business Website
- Hiring Someone to Fix Your Site
- Conclusion and Next Steps
Tools & Resources
- How to Create a Mobile-Friendly Website for Your Business – Report (4741 words, 24 pages)
- Workbook (To use alongside the activities outlined in the report. 7 pages)
- Graphics and Screenshots (All images used in the report – 10 images)
- Checklist for a Mobile-Friendly Site
- Infographic (9 Steps to Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly)
- Resources List (for expanding your own knowledge)
- Tweets (Tips to share on social media)
- Editable eCover Templates (10 Designs in 2D psd, ready to convert to your own branded eCovers)
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How to Make Your Website Mobile-Friendly
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ExcerptWant to see samples from this course? Here’s an excerpt from one section on “Your Options for Creating a Mobile-Friendly Business Website”:
In this module, we’ll look at the three options available for making your website mobile-friendly. You’ll read and evaluate these three methods and then choose which is most appropriate for your business. By the end, you’ll know what you need to do.
Option 1: Create a Separate Mobile Version of Your Website
Many websites aren’t altered at all for mobile-friendliness but instead have a parallel mobile version. When a mobile user visits the website, it automatically detects that the user is on a mobile and redirects to the mobile site.
The URL for your mobile site would be something like http://www.yoursite.com/mobile or http://m.yoursite.com.
This site would have the same branding and basic content, but the navigation and layout would be changed in such a way that it would function well on a mobile device.
How to Make Your Website Mobile-Friendly
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