Is Your Website Ready For The Smartphone Faceoff?

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Curious how my blog would display on my somewhat older phone, a Motorola Q, I pulled it up and was not happy with the results. The page was very slow to load, it did not display properly and I could not click on some of the links. Since then, I have been on a mission trying to figure out how to make my blog mobile phone friendly.

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Is Your Website Ready For The Smartphone Faceoff?

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  2. 2. Is Your Website Ready For The Smartphone Faceoff?Facebook.com/SavvyBizBuilder www.SavvyBizBuilder.com Twitter.com/SavvyBizBuilder
  3. 3. Have you ever taken a look at a website or blog on your mobile phone?I know I have.I find myself more and more scanning websites from links I find on Twitterwhile waiting in a long lines (especially at the grocery story). Or as a quickerway to access information without the hassle of lugging my laptop around.Curious how my blog would display on my somewhat older phone, aMotorola Q, I pulled it up and was not happy with the results. The page wasvery slow to load, it did not display properly and I could not click on some ofthe links. Since then, I have been on a mission trying to figure out how tomake my blog mobile phone friendly.Facebook.com/SavvyBizBuilder www.SavvyBizBuilder.com Twitter.com/SavvyBizBuilder
  4. 4. I’m not the only one; major brands and small business owners are quicklyattempting to create a mobile version of their website or blog. I have read afew marketing articles indicating consumers are connecting to their favoritebrands via mobile devices more than ever before. In fact, according to anarticle posted on Mashable.com a “New Study Shows the Mobile Web WillRule by 2015”.Here are 3 no charge ways to make your website Smartphone ready(Yes, that includes the iPhone and Adroid too!):1. Use your RSS feedMippin – Use your website or RSS feed URL and some simplecustomization you can make your site available on over 2000 phonesworldwide.Facebook.com/SavvyBizBuilder www.SavvyBizBuilder.com Twitter.com/SavvyBizBuilder
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