5 Reasons to Design Your WordPress Site to be Responsive in 2014

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Is responsive design for your small business website your top priority this year? If not here are 5 reasons why you should strongly consider making a top priority.

One of the top reasons is that you will expand your sites reach to include mobile users. If you haven’t experienced it yourself, using a non-mobile website on a mobile device is more difficult and thus most mobile users will avoid it. Another strong reason is that if you are working to have your site show up in the search engines, then having one site that works for desktop and mobile is going to save time and money.

Here are the top 5 reasons to adopt responsive web design for your WordPress site in 2014:

Top 5 Reasons to Adopt Responsive Web Design in 2014 [Infographic]

Take action today by getting your site responsive. Call us at 503-683-1664 and discover how Smitten Web Design can work with you in creating a more profitable website for you!

Trevor Wilson

Trevor Wilson

Trevor is a love-focused branding specialist helping our team constantly fine-tune our obsessions. He’s a passionate learner and teacher, distilling over 100 industry-related books a year into digestible bits that make Smitten’s client projects more powerful every day.

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About This Little Agency: Back in 2007, in a little town on the southern border of Washington State, Trevor and Kama Wilson braved the naysayers saying it was absurd to try to earn their full-time income together online. Despite criticism and even moving into a single car garage for awhile so they could pursue their dream, they worked unearthly hours, studied endlessly, made costly mistakes, and figured out how to make their entire income online. After successfully running 700 websites (and living entirely and well off the profits), they opened Smitten (formerly Peppermint) to use their inborn, honed obsessions for alluring design, captivating content and personable branding to help other business owners get more ❤ too. 

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