A Guide to Go Mobile-Friendly As Google Watches Out

More and more people are using the Internet on their mobile devices, it is important for all webmasters and business owners to adopt changes as per the industry standards. Google has also announced recently that mobile friendliness will be considered as ranking signals. Therefore, people are looking for ideas to make their website compatible to the changes suggested by Google.

Keeping all such needs of modern business owners in our purview, we at GMR Web Team are going to do a series of blog posts focused on importance of mobile friendly website design and how you can optimize your website for the incoming mobile traffic. We will also share our expertise in responsive website design and mobile compatible development with the world.

A preview of some of the segments that we will cover:

  • How to build a mobile friendly website from scratch
  • How to convert old design into responsive website
  • When to think of choosing a Mobile website and Responsive Design
  • Cost factors involved in mobile friendly websites design and development
  • Managing communication with developer/ agency involved in design and development/ how to and best practices checklists
  • Optimizing a mobile website for Search Engines
  • Mobile web for local/ small business
  • Mobile web for large ecommerce sites
  • Mobile web for professional/ individuals
  • App Analytics and App marketing

Our first blog of this series will be published on Tuesday 24, 2015, and we will conclude this on 21 April when Google will roll out Mobile Search Update globally. In between, we will keep modifying the list of topics from segments mentioned above, but feel free to share any specific topic/segment that you want us to cover in the comments.


Ajay Prasad

Ajay Prasad is the Founder and President of GMR Web Team, a leading healthcare digital marketing agency. He guides small and medium size healthcare practices/businesses in customizing their online marketing strategy, focused on building a loyal base of patients and improving their patient acquisition. Ajay believes in an improved patient experience as the key to successful healthcare business, which can be accomplished with the right marketing plan in place.

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