With users getting used to mobilegeddon there are a few things to consider when adapting to this new update.
Clear & Concise Headlines
Because you have limited space on a mobile format, you need to make your headlines count. You want to use compelling headlines to engage your audience & ensure that it’s something that will keep them on your site.
Keep it Short
Viewing large amounts of text on smaller screens can be intimidating & discourage users from completing reading the paragraph. To break up content, keep paragraphs to a couple of sentences or use lists/bullets.
Get to the Point
Users shouldn’t have to search for the main point of the page. Highlight the main points up front & save the details for further down the page.
Not only do you want to write mobile-conscious content, but you also want to observe & optimize the content to generate high-impact results. Here are some essentials to consider:
- Optimize images & tags
- Arrange headings in an SEO friendly way
- Produce & maintain meta descriptions that are distinct
- Incorporate essential keywords in content
Call to Action
Ensure that your call to action is spotted from the get go & can be completed easily by mobile users.
If you are interested in making your website mobile-friendly or have any questions on the effects of mobilegeddon, contact us at 857-526-0096.