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Do you have a website? Running a determined business and want to stay ahead of the crowd? Well then, you have to go mobile as soon as you can. Desktop is just not cutting it anymore and if you do not take action now, you will hate yourself for it later, trust me.
It is of fanatical importance that you get on board now, and draw up a mobilising plan for your current and future campaigns. This easy-to-follow slide should show you why mobile is relevant:
After that, I’m sure I don’t have to convince you that going mobile is important. As you can clearly see, there is absolutely no excuse not to GoMo. Google recently launched a website to help people go mobile, called How To GoMo.
At the GoMo site you can also test your website and see if it is mobile-friendly, get an in-depth report and what you need to do to improve your score. Detailed guides for agencies, advertisers or publishers are freely available to download.
Suzanne Mumford, a product marketing manager for Google recently did a brilliant online webinar on GoMo, giving greater insights on what factors you have to focus on when building a mobile-friendly website for your business.
There are three types of mobile websites
Your mobile marketing goals and the current resources available to you, will determine where you can start in the following stages of the mobile site cycle:
It does not matter where you start, as long as you kick off and follow some simple guidelines and best practices when creating your mobile-friendly website.
10 Best practices for going mobile
Please go through these mobile site best practices as per Google GoMo and try your best to adhere to them. Then you will unquestionably have great success. You can also have a look at this case study Google did on 1800flowers.com.
1. Keep it Quick
2. Make it easy to convert
3. Simplify navigation
4. Make it local
5. Be thumb-friendly
6. Make it seamless
7. Design for visibility
8. Use mobile site redirects
9. Make it accessible
10. Listen, learn and iterate