Why You Can’t Neglect SEO In Designing A Mobile-Friendly Site
It All Starts With The Header
SEO search rankings start with how you word and design your header or top banner. The rankings can be affected not only by how catchy your title is, but the font size, font design, and alignment. You’ll want to make your header has a strong visual appeal and an informative title, and one that is scalable for both desktop and mobile devices. Banner designs can be interactive while still encapsulating key SEO features to bring about important calls to action by the site.
You Should Consider Placing Responsive Elements In The Website’s Body
How You Implement Responsive Websites
There are really a variety of ways traditional websites can be mobilized for device usage, but some of them could require a little bit of restructuring to do so. For example, do you want to have a user option in which they choose the mobile or desktop site version? This is doable, but may require extra pages to be built to be accessed. Whereas on a one-page-for-all solution you can have either server-side queries sent out to detect the device type, or have it set so the device’s browser is doing the queries and receiving the design based on its type. You may need to do some research on which mobile device versions are compatible with the various CSS and html5 detection codes as some older phones and tablets may have trouble reading the website.