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“57% of users won’t recommend a business if it has a poorly designed mobile site.” [Source: Google]
“40% have turned to a competitor’s website after a bad mobile experience.” [Source: Google]
According to Small Business Trends, a comScore report says smartphones and tablets combined now account for 60 percent of all online traffic up from 50 percent a year ago.
Mobile is so important that Google now tell searchers if a website is mobile friendly or not. They have also implemented the mobile friendly test to help you ensure your website is mobile friendly.
Take Google’s Mobile Friendly test to determine if your website is mobile friendly.
Another important factor to ensuring that you don’t lose mobile customers, is to determine how many of your existing website visitors are coming from Mobile. If you have Google Analytics installed. You can pull a report from the Audience Tab. Here is how to do that:
Simply Login to Google Analytics
If you don’t have Google Analytics installed on your website, you may want to do so. Google analytics provides you with a ton of data and insights such as: