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Title: One Design Multiple Display - Responsive Web Design Offer


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One Design Multiple Display
  • Now comes at a Special Prices from Keyline!

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What is Responsive Web Design
Receptive Web Design at its core means developing
a website to provide a superior customer
experience despite the device being utilized to
access it. The appeal is in the fact that just
one set of source code is required no matter the
number of ways the content will certainly be
presented. A website developed responsively will
focus on screen dimension and resolution, and
will resize and rearrange aspects on the web page
appropriately. Google promotes this approach as
it eliminates duplicate content issues created by
multiple standalone mobile websites.
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Different Configurations For a Mobile website
The following diagram represents the difference
in configuration between both approaches.
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What's The Need for a Having Mobile Website?
Mobile Usage is Exploding
Responsive Design is Preferred for SEO
A Speedy Responsive Website is Key
Responsive Adapts to Future Devices
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Mobile Usage is Exploding
Receptive Web Design at its core means developing
a website to provide a superior customer
experience despite the device being utilized to
access it. The appeal is in the fact that just
one set of source code is required no matter the
number of ways the content will certainly be
presented. A website developed responsively will
focus on screen dimension and resolution, and
will resize and rearrange aspects on the web page
appropriately.
  • 61 of people have a better opinion of brands
    when they offer a good mobile experience.
  • In 2012 more than half of the local searches
    were performed on a mobile device.
  • 61 of people have a better opinion of brands
    when they offer a good mobile experience

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Responsive Design is Preferred for SEO
In June 2012 at SMX Advanced, Googles Pierre
Farr went on the record to declare that Google
prefers responsive web design over mobile
templates. Having one single URL makes it easier
for Google bot to crawl your site, Googles
external link algorithm and reduces the chance of
on-page SEO errors. For all these reasons,
responsive sites typically perform better and are
easier to maintain than a separate, mobile
template site.
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A Speedy Responsive Website is Key
According to the Google PageSpeed Developers
standards recommends that the content above the
fold on a mobile device loads in under 1 second
and the entire page loads in under 2 seconds.
This is typically not possible when loading a
desktop website on a mobile device. When a user
has to wait too long for a page to load, theres
an extremely high chance they will leave your
site.
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Responsive Adapts to Future Devices
One of the big benefits of responsive design is
that the size of the template is designed based
on screen size not device. This means that no
matter what size screen someone is viewing your
website it will display properly for that screen
size. So in the future as new devices (TVs,
watches, glasses, etc.) are being used for web
browsing, your responsive site will still look
beautiful.
Moving forward it will be extremely critical that
your website provides mobile users an easy-to-use
experience. Having a mobile website is no longer
a simply a nice feature, rather it is a necessity
and literally impact the growth of your business.
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How Does It Work / Responsive Process
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Standalone Mobile Website vs Responsive Website
Design
  • Standalone
  • Risk of content duplication.
  • Increased workload in maintaining your brand
    consistency across multiple channels.
  • Additional maintenance time required for multiple
    URLs.
  • Dilution of link popularity with multiple URLs.
  • As new mobile devices are launched it would be
    costly to keep track of advances.
  • Responsive
  • Easier and cheaper to maintain.
  • A single design adapting to different device
    browser sizes from mobile to desktop and even TV.
  • 1 URL to promote avoiding any confusion with
    outbound links. No duplicate content issues.
  • Audience consolidation through the use of a
    single URL.
  • Manage all website activity through a single user
    interface to minimize workload.

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Important Meta Tags for Responsive Web Design
There are three different meta tags that work for
old, new, and modern hand held devices like
mobiles (all types) and tablets.
Code
Put these 3 lines in the head section of your
site ltmeta nameHandheldFriendly
contenttrue /gt ltmeta nameMobileOptimized
content320 /gt ltmeta nameviewport
contentwidthdevice-width, initial-scale1.0 /gt
A responsive designer needs to add these meta
tags to make a website mobile optimized.
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Conclusion
Responsive web design is recommended by Google,
it allows one website to provide a great
user-experience across many devices and screen
sizes, and it also makes managing your SEO
strategy easier. For these reasons, responsive
web design is the best option for your mobile SEO
strategy.
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