Did you know that 2.3 Billion people use Smartphone/mobile devices to communicate, and source for information online?
Did you also know that if your website is not mobile friendly, it might obstruct your website’s conversion rate resulting in massive loss of customers?
As a matter of fact, to show how important it is, Google announced as far back as 2016 that mobile friendliness is now an important SEO factor that determines how a website is ranked in Google search result page (Click here and here to discover how to make your website rank no.1 in Google).
So the question is, how do you check if your website is mobile friendly?
Answer – Browse with a mobile phone, right? So obvious! BUT it’s not.
Read on and I will show you 4 effective ways to truly check if your website is mobile friendly or not. They are very easy tests you can perform right away.
Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test
The mobile friendly test helps you to know how compactible your website is with mobile phone.
It also educates you more about how google will see your website rather than your mobile phone subscribers.
The mobile test will show you a green page that reads “page is mobile friendly” if it passes the test.
But if it does not pass the test, the message will be written in red “this page is not friendly.”
It doesn’t end there, it will give reason why your website did not pass the test.