7 Improvements to make mobile friendly website

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In today’s ever advancing world, almost everyone is owning a mobile phone. Mobile devices accounted for around 54% of global internet traffic (excluding tablets). Use these easy tricks to make your website mobile friendly & improve performance.

1. Remove Pop-ups

Pop-up boxes are disliked by all. We want the user’s experience on the website to be as frictionless as possible. They are still acceptable on desktop. If you still want to the pop-up on mobile, make sure the ‘Call To Action’ and content hierarchy are adjusted.

2. Update Button Size

Check to see if the buttons are clickable. For mobile friendliness, website builders will automatically alter the button size. This is critical for better lead conversion and overall success.

3. Prioritize your content

Since small screens can’t display all of your content, it’s advisable to keep your key content concentrated rather than non-essential information. This will greatly improve the user experience.

4. Increase Website Speed

If a website takes too long to load, the user may abandon it before seeing the content. Almost half of consumers expect the website to load in less than two seconds. You don’t want the user to have to wait, no matter how amazing the material on your website is.

You can always test your website speed at PageSpeed.

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5. Single Columns Forms

The forms should have a single column to define the flow of form filling. The input flows for the forms do not have to be zig-zag or multilevel. Optimize your form for the best user experience.

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6. Add a ‘Back to Top’

When people scroll down to read your website, you should include a “Back to Top” button on your webpages and blog entries. Adding this tiny functionality will make it easy for users to return to the top of the page without having to scroll up manually. This improves the mobile friendly of the website.

7. Optimize Images

Make the best use of images. When images are carefully compressed, the webpage loads faster and the user experience is improved.

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