Is Your Website Mobile Friendly?

Is Your Website Mobile Friendly

Why does WHITE SPACE really matter now more than ever?


According to the latest US Consumer Device Preference Report from MovableInk, mobile email opens surged to an all-time high in Q4 [2015]. The report says that 66 percent of all email in the US is now opened/read on smartphones or tablets and [only] 34 percent is viewed on a desktop. Is your website mobile frienly?

If you want your emails to be read:

Keep them short, use plain and big fonts, and leave lots of white space!

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  1. More from Heidi Cohen at

    Responsive design is a must to attract mobile-centric readers.

    But, you just can’t make an existing website responsive; you must design an experience that works across most devices.

    This is hard to do even when you start with a “responsive” theme for your WordPress website. It’s harder still when your website features rich content with a complex structure.

    WP-Touch to the rescue. This free plugin provides an alternate theme for mobile devices.

    Your mobile site visitors get a responsive interface. The nicely structured settings panels for the Dashboard have plenty of options to fine tune the mobile experience. You can even redirect mobile users to a different home page than the desktop one. I particularly like that it allows any visitor, via a button added to the page footer, to switch to the desktop view.

    WP-Touch’s Pro-version costs $69.00. It comes with a year of pro-support and updates. The Pro version offers more themes, smart ad integration, caching and more flexible control over styles and typography.

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