Get Mobile or Lose Business!
Did you know that Google recently made changes to its algorithm that now require you to have a Responsive website if you want to be found in a mobile device search? If your website is not responsive, you will lose valuable search engine positioning on mobile devices.
Desktop devices are not really affected but with more people using mobile devices to find information, do you really want to chance losing business to your competitors who probably already have a responsive website?
If your site is more than two years old, chances are that it is not responsive. To see if your website complies with Google's new mobile- friendly algorithm, you can use their free mobile-friendly test page or you can contact us for a free, no-risk evaluation.
My Website is Not Responsive - What Should I Do?
Don't freak out! There are two choices to get your website up-to-date for Google changes. The best choice is to redesign your website (I know – ouch!). But BizCom will work with you to minimize cost and provide a framework that addresses all current technological issues. And, we offer free, no-interest financing for up to 36 months*.
The second option is to get a mobile website developed that matches your current website. Though this is an option, you may need to maintain two separate websites moving forward. A truly responsive website is ideal, and what Google is looking for to best match the user experience.
The internet has changed so much in the last few years it’s amazing how many sites are just not up to today’s standards. If you are interested in getting your website upgraded to this newer technology, please give us a call and one of our web experts will provide a free site evaluation and proposal to redesign your website using today’s responsive website standards.
It doesn’t cost anything to learn more about our Website Design services. And we won't pressure you to make a sale. Just give us a call and an account representative will be happy to discuss your options.
*Should you choose to end your agreement with BizCom during the finance period, the balance for all remaining charges will be billed to account prior to deactivation.