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11 Essential Facts and Figures About Mobile B2B Website Design

Read about the facts and figures about mobile B2B website design

84% of adults use the internet "on the go", using tablets, smartphones, or any other kind of handheld device. In many instances, a prospect may visit your website on their desktop or laptop and perform follow up research on their smartphone device. The days of desktop-only internet browsing are well and truly over. Based on authoritative sources, statistics and facts – learn why mobile B2B website design has become a necessity. Navigate the headings to learn more. 

Note: this article was originally published in 2015, but has been updated to reflect accurate statistics in December 2019.

Prospects and your competitors prefer mobile optimised sites 

  • 85% of people think that a mobile site should be as good or better than its desktop version. With more and more people using mobile devices to browse the internet, many website development projects have taken a "mobile-first" approach. social-icon-twitter

A large proportion of your traffic comes from mobile devices

Websites that haven’t been optimised for mobile are harder to navigate

  • 44% of people struggle to navigate on smaller devices – responsive design automatically adapts to fit a prospect’s specific screen size. social-icon-twitter

Mobile optimised sites increase the chance of lead generation

  • 69% of mobile users say they're more likely to buy from businesses with mobile sites that easily address their questions or concerns – With mobile usage accelerating, the opportunities for lead conversion cannot be ignored. social-icon-twitter

Sites that haven’t adopted a mobile optimised site are penalised

  • Sites that haven’t been optimised for mobile experience decreased visibility in the search engines, and a loss of rankings– This is a direct impact of Google’s "Mobilegeddon" update, which penalised sites that aren’t mobile optimised. social-icon-twitter

Why you need responsive design 

Responsive design works by using CSS to change the way a page is rendered on different devices and screen sizes. On smaller smartphone and tablet screens, a responsive site retracts and rearranges elements of a site for easy viewing and usability for a website visitor and provides a greater user experience all-round.

When choosing your strategy for mobile optimisation, there really isn’t any competition. For a cost-effective, simple and future-proof design – you need a responsive site. 

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