Responsive Website Designs – Why You Need Mobile-Friendly Now!

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As an Omaha web design company, we know that first impressions are just as important online as they are offline. That’s why we pride ourselves on creating great website designs for Omaha businesses. We focus on designing websites that inspire trust and make it as easy as possible for a visitor to become a customer.

While we care about design a lot, we also understand that it doesn’t exist in a vacuum. In order for a website to have a meaningful impact on the bottom line of an Omaha business, the site needs to get quality traffic. Out of all the possible ways for a website to get highly targeted traffic, Google is at the top of the list. The best way for a business website to rank highly in Google for relevant searches is through proven SEO strategies.

Our Web Design Company Has Important News You Need to Know

Back in December 2013, we actually talked about the future of Mobile Website Design in the article Big Red SEO’s Website Design Strategies for 2014. Because Google is a technology company, they’re constantly working to make their search engine even better. As a result of all those changes, the field of SEO is always evolving. Since we know that our clients are already busy enough dealing with their own businesses, Big Red SEO utilizes a variety of tools and strategies to stay on top of any changes that Google makes to their algorithm or search results.

As a result of our ongoing monitoring, we weren’t surprised when Google made their official mobile-friendly announcement on November 18th. If you’re like some of our current web design company clients, you may have noticed this change on your own mobile phone. The new changes mean that when you search Google on your phone today, they add a gray “mobile-friendly” label next to results that they know will work great on mobile devices.

The Best Way to Make Your Website Mobile-Friendly

Over the last few years, one of the most common questions our web design company in Omaha has received from business owners is “how do I ensure my site works great on phones and tablets?” The answer we’ve always given, which was once again confirmed by Google’s announcement, is to use responsive design. Since responsive design allows a site to adjust automatically based on screen size, it ensures the site looks and functions just as consistently on a phone or tablet as it does on a laptop or desktop.

Let’s Talk About a Responsive Website Design for Your Omaha Business: (402) 522-6468

If your website isn’t responsive and you’re thinking about working with a web design company, you want a company that understands your business needs. Since helping businesses grow by building a strong online presence and then properly marketing it has been our focus since we started Big Red SEO, we can provide what your business needs to thrive online. Give us a call at (402) 522-6468 to talk about responsive design and the other ways that Big Red SEO can help your business grow.

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