mobile300I’ve written posts here on Thrive, and I know that a decent number of these posts I’ve mentioned how mobile is on the rise and that as an marketer, you shouldn’t ignore it’s presence in this industry as a viable source of consumer outreach.  After all, smartphone users worldwide will total 1.75 billion in 2014.

This means that it’s probably a good idea to pander to this particular audience because they aren’t going away anytime soon.  In this case, it’s a good idea to create a mobile version of your already existing website.  But here’s the thing.  You don’t want to create one, just to create one.  You need to make a mobile site that is customized to the behavior of those who use it.  So in this case, this is really where the desktop version of your site and the mobile version really differs.

There are certainly things you need to do to make sure everything works out in the best way possible.  Although there can be countless things you can do, and even more pieces of advice that others will give you, there is a post written by Rocco Baldassarre from Search Engine Journal that gives us ten must-haves on your brand new mobile website.

To check them out, you can visit the Search Engine Journal post by visiting the link below.

Search Engine Journal: 10 Best Practices for Mobile Optimized Websites