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October 6, 2016 • Last Updated: Jul 8, 2020

Is your website mobile friendly?

Why should your website developed for Mobile & Tablet Devices?

In the modern world, we want to make sure our businesses website can easily be viewed from any device, any location and at anytime.

“For 2017 the number of mobile phone users is forecast to reach 4.77 billion. The number of mobile phone users in the world is expected to pass the five billion mark by 2019. In 2014, nearly 60 percent of the population worldwide already owned a mobile phone.

– Information provided by

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Is your business website mobile friendly?

A good question to ask yourself is if your business website mobile or tablet friendly?

Google released an algorithm on April 21, 2015 that boosts mobile-friendly websites, therefore resulting in a better rank in the search results.

Stay ahead of your competition and get a responsive website by AWEBCO.

Try Google’s Mobile-Friendly Tester Grade Your Website


Does your website really need to be redeveloped to fit on a mobile device?

Not everyone has a laptop or desktop computer but nearly almost everyone has a mobile device. 

People typically search while they are on the go looking for your products and services when they are near you. 

If you have a website but it is not mobile friendly it could easily deter potential customers and drive them to your competitors.

Common issues with not having a mobile website are:

  • Slow load times
  • Unformatted / Non-Responsive layouts
  • Hard to read text
  • Images too large
  • No mobile menu / toggle icon
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Awebco is a website design and development agency based out of Danville, Illinois. Founded in 2015, Awebco continues to serve local businesses and national businesses in the USA. Our mission is to help business owners eliminate the task of building and maintain their website by hiring us to do it for them.

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