According Google, responsive websites will perform better in search rankings because they provide a better user experience than sites that are not mobile friendly. See Google’s recommended approach for mobile web design.


Mobile Usage Is Increasing58% of American adults own a smartphone.

Mobile Device Shopping Is On The Rise – 70% of shoppers use their mobile device during in-store holiday shopping.

Social Media Increases Mobile Users55% of social media happens on mobile devices resulting in more links be shared, which drives more traffic to your website.

Responsive Websites Improve SEO Rankings – Per Google, mobile devices have a separate search algorithms.

Responsive Websites Adapt To Different Device Sizes – managing one website vs two (the old way) is cost effective and produces a higher return on your investment.

Responsive Designed Websites Provide A Better Overall User Experience – mobile-friendly sites provides no “pinching” or “zooming” resulting in a better overall user experience.

Call To Action (CTA)

Attracting customers to your website is just the beginning. You also want to capture interested visitors and convert them into sales. A call to action will give directions to your potential customers. What action do you want your users to take? Call you? Leave a review? Request a quote? This is the most important component of your website and, it will convert visitors into added revenue.

Why You Need A Call-To-Action

Evalated calls & emails

Evalated quote requests or sign-up

Create a Return On Investment

80%  of Consumers Shop Online Via Smartphones


Case Study – JRimm Consulting

Responsive Web Site – http://www.jrimm.solutions/

55% of users will leave within 15 seconds if

your site isn’t engaging.



I often hear, “we want the ability to manage our own content.” Good news for you! I work primarily with WordPress to create a custom, responsive website to drive traffic and engage your clients and prospective clients. WordPress started as a blogging platform in 2003, it has evolved into the world’s premier CMS system. Currently, WordPress runs 27% of the world’s websites!