Only One Top Miami Web Designer Is Mobile-Friendly
The home page for Google Mobile can be accessed from Openwave, Opera Mini, Opera Mobile or any other Mobile Web browser at “m.google.com“. Topping the list of utilities you’ll find there is of course the Google Mobile search engine. Use your mobile phone to run a search there, and you’ll see the results look different than what you see on a standard desktop or notebook browser. For one thing, there are fewer ads. For another, you may see a small green mobile phone icon highlighting certain listings, signifying that Google considers that particular web page to be “mobile friendly”.
If you run a Google Mobile search on your phone and have a choice between one listing designated as “mobile friendly” and another one that is not, which would you be more likely to choose?
Success on the Web is a direct function of visibility and accessibility, and acquiring the Google “mobile friendly” icon is a sure-fire way to increase both. But you can’t buy that badge of distinction any more than you can buy top organic search rankings. It has to be earned by developing web page content and source in conformity with W3C standards and Mobile Web presentation guidelines. In other words, it has to be earned for you by your Miami web designer.
If the website of your web design firm is not mobile friendly, can you rely on them to develop one for you that is?
On 29 March 2012, a Google Mobile search on the term “web design miami” reflected that of the Top 20 results returned, Google awarded their mobile-friendly green phone icon to only 3: PervasivePersuasion.com, and our affiliate sites WebReDesignMiami.com and Web3.0DesignMiami.com. Many of our web design clients in Miami Beach, South Florida and around the globe share that designation. JoachimDePosada.com is one of them:
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