Responsive Design

How To Make Your WordPress Blog Mobile Friendly – Best Solutions

How To Make Your WordPress Blog Mobile Friendly – Best Solutions

Are you looking to make your WordPress blog mobile friendly? If you have not yet thought about it, you should as Google have made mobile site an official search engine ranking factor. In this guide, I will share various options ( WordPress mobile Plugins + Themes) that you can use to make sure your WordPress blog is mobile readable and passes the Google mobile friendliness test. Before I start sharing all the solutions, I recommend you to go to this link, add your blog URL and it will show if your website is mobile friendly or not according to (10 comments)

Google Launches Mobile Friendly Test Tool & Mobile Friendly Label

Google Launches Mobile Friendly Test Tool & Mobile Friendly Label

In the past 2 years I have mentioned multiple times about the importance of having a mobile optimised version of your Website and many of you have already made a shift to mobile optimised website. At the same time many of you who are waiting for the right time to move to mobile friendly theme, this is the right time for you to have a mobile optimised website. Google team announced the launch of a new label in search which will show if a webpage is mobile optimised or not. Undoubtedly this will affect click-through rate by great percentage for users using (7 comments)

5 Free Responsive Testing Tools To Test Website Responsiveness

5 Free Responsive Testing Tools To Test Website Responsiveness

There has been an unstoppable rise in the multi-screen world ( Smartphones, tablets, different screen sizes laptop) in last few years and adding to it, is the Google glasses and wearable techs which are becoming a part of the whole digital media consumption medium. Unlike old days, just building a site for your desktop is not enough, as you need to take care of your readers who are using smartphones and tablets to read your blog. Responsive web-design is a technique where your site will automatically adjust itself according to the readers screen-size. (4 comments)

How I Increased My WordPress Blog Traffic By 28% in 48 Days

How I Increased My WordPress Blog Traffic By 28% in 48 Days

One of the ways by which you can evaluate your blog growth is by the number of visitors you are getting (Use Google analytics to keep a track of your blog visits). But, just the visits are not enough to measure the growth, as the traffic has to be targeted. Therefore, to increase the targeted traffic to my blog, I have burned the midnight oil in past 48 days. There are various ways by which one can drive traffic to their blog, and I'm a firm believer of growth hacking. With growth hacking, one can use existing content and start getting more (30 comments)

Find out How Responsive Web Design equals to SEO benefits

Find out How Responsive Web Design equals to SEO benefits

One of the most interesting developments in the website design industry is the introduction of responsive web design (RWD), a mechanism that allows a website to adapt to the size of the user's screen, be it desktop, iPad or laptop. The real benefit has been its use for creating mobile friendly sites. This means the users can have a seamless experience without the need of any redirection. The bottom line is as long as multiple devices for browsing are accessible, responsive design will always be a requirement. As we are shifting into a world where (11 comments)