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Google's Mobile Friendly Requirement

Mobile Websites Google has announced they are rolling out an algorithm update that will greatly affect mobile results for websites that are not optimized for mobile devices.  This algorithm update is scheduled for April 21st 2015, so if you have not already, it is time to consider getting a mobile friendly website. Google has a tool to allow you to quickly see if your site is displaying properly on mobile devices. You can check that out at: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/ If your site does not pass, we are here to help!  Contact us today to add-on a mobile friendly website or talk to us about responsive website option.

How do I get a Mobile Friendly website?

If a Mobile site if of interest for your business or organization, contact support@webhornet.com.  Our WebHornet Support team offers design, development and ongoing maintenance for mobile sites and responsive websites.  Pricing will vary on the complexity of your site.

What is Responsive Design?

Responsive design is when your website layout will adjust to fit the screen.  Objects of the website will readjust themselves depending on the device width.  While there are some advantages to these types of sites, keep in mind that responsive sites take a longer time to design and build because the web designer/developer needs to plan for different widths - and in some cases can be more costly.   We are in the process of developing WebHornet Version 3.0 Responsive Website Design with Bootstap layouts.  If you want to discuss a Responsive Website for your business or organization, we are here to help!  Contact us today to order your Responsive Website, contact us at support@webhornet.com or call us to discuss 402.391.1713.   Well, we hope this article gives you more info on Mobile Websites.  As always, if you need assistance with your WebHornet Website, contact support@webhornet.com!  

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