We’ve come a long way in the realm of internet search. It seems that when it comes to being able to connect in more and more places, we’ve grown at an exponential rate. Remember the days of doing anything on the internet, so long as you were tied down to your desktop computer?
Then along came the laptop. Soon, we could do more computing in other locations than just our homes. As more and more wifi enabled places increased in size, you could take your laptop to different places and go online to do your business.
Now, we’ve gotten to the point where we have smartphones that we can take anywhere, search the internet from anywhere, regardless of wifi hot spots or not. Because of this mobile trend, more and more businesses are taking advantage of this mobile technology by creating mobile-friendly websites.
When it comes to creating these mobile-friendly sites, you’ll see countless how-to’s, articles telling you why you should get on the mobile-friendly bandwagon, and more. But what happens now that you’ve taken that next big step into the world of mobile by creating a site that can be viewed on a mobile platform.
Bridget Randolph has some information for us regarding this situation. In her Moz post, Bridget will cover some big-picture trends, case studies, examples and tactics dealing with online, mobile and everywhere related ideas. Follow the link below to discover Bridget’s full article on Moz.