Responsive Website Design

A website should not just draw attention. The role of a website is to attract and engage the user, as well as communicate your brand and raise awareness about a product or service.

Responsive Website Design

To make a good first impression on your clients or potential customers is extremely important, to do this you need a responsive website design, this allows your website to be accessible, no matter what device a person is using to look at it giving them maximum flexibility.

There has been a huge shift in internet usage in the past decade. As of 2014, more people use their mobile devices to surf the web than their desktops.

This means that your website needs to be just as accessible on tablets and phones as it is on desktop computers or laptops.

Or, in short, you need a responsive website design.

Mobile Friendly Design

Flexible User Interface

Rank In Mobile Search

Convert More Customers

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Mobile Applications Design

What Is A Responsive Website Design?

The easy definition of a responsive website design is that it looks good and works well on any and every device that is used to access it. Whether a person is using a phone, a tablet, a smart TV, or a computer, your website will resize and present its content quickly and smoothly. It means your clients will be able to browse, find information, and even purchase things from their different devices without having to struggle, wait, or overthink.

A responsive website design makes the browsing experience simple, no matter what device is used.

Why Responsive Designs Are Important

As the digital age makes it easy to access information at startling speeds, society has grown impatient. If your website isn’t loading fast enough or is difficult to maneuver, it’s very likely that clients and customers will just log off.

This will result in the loss of potential clients and cost you money. It’s much easier to invest in a website designed to respond to different devices, so you can rest assured that your website is always giving a good first impression.

At PR Geeks, we know that having a responsive website design isn’t just about your website looking good on all devices, it’s also about keeping your clients actively engaged with your business. Starting with businesses in our own area of Gloucestershire, we’ve been providing local companies with responsive websites in an effort to help them:

Boost Conversion Rates

We know that website users don’t want to work to get what they need, especially when it comes to shopping online. If you have a business that sells online, we’ll happily provide you with a responsive, ecommerce website that will make shopping on your mobile site easy. This will keep your customers on your page longer, which usually equals more spending.

Increase Social Media Footprint

If your business isn’t taking advantage of social media marketing, you’re missing out on a huge potential client base. And, most of social media marketing is done on mobile devices. If you want people talking about your business or company, you’ll want to make your social media responsive, so it can be shared easily.

Rank Higher in Search Engines

Search engines, like Google and Bing, love responsive websites. Search engine optimised websites are easier to access and index. Also because search engines keep track of what is being viewed and shared on mobile devices, if you’re getting more interactions through your mobile responsive website it will be reflected in your mobile search rankings.

If you’re interested getting your business on the map with a responsive website design, feel free to contact us. We can’t wait to make your site more user friendly.

Lee Panchbhaya

Lee Panchbhaya

Managing Director

Lee Panchbhaya is the Managing Director of Gloucestershire based PR Geeks Digital Marketing.

PR Geeks work with partners of all type and size, helping them achieve their desired business goals, whether that be creating a branded presence online or engaging their existing customers through Social Media Management and Email Marketing Strategies.

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