Authored By: Ollie Lammers
According to LawyerMarketing.com, people are spending more than 5 hours a day on their smartphone and almost 90% are more likely to recommend a brand after a positive mobile experience.
Despite how many people are using their smartphones many websites are not compatible with smartphones.
The best way to know how your website looks is to look at your website using your smartphone. Here are a few things to consider when looking at your website on your phone:
- How does the site look?
- What’s the first thing I notice on the site?
- Can I easily navigate the website?
- Can I find a way to contact the firm quickly?
If you answered no to any of the questions, look at some of the changes LawyerMarketing.com suggests making your website more mobile friendly:
- Contact Information.
Ensure that your contact information is on the top of every page of your website. Also make sure that your phone number and email address is clickable so the potential client can easily call or email you. Another important thing is to ensure that what kind of law you practice is evident on your website by a tagline.
- Images and Font size.
Compressing images on your website will help your website load faster. You can use certain websites to optimize images without losing quality to help your website load faster. Using a larger font size of 16px can ensure that your font is readable on a smartphone. If you have a larger font size it also means your website can be read if it’s slightly further away from the reader’s eyes.