You’re ignoring at half your visitors if your site isn’t…

Written by Mark Steinbrueck

The other day I was at a local networking meeting.

I love the people that are in the group and I was giving a short presentation on importance of SSL certificates.

During this presentation, I went to the websites of one of the folks there and noticed that their site…

Wasn’t mobile friendly

But in this day and age, it begs the question, “Why wouldn’t you want your website to be mobile friendly?”

According to, more than half of all website traffic is from a phone or tablet.  

That percentage is even higher for some niches.

If more than half of your website traffic is mobile, why wouldn’t you want your website to be mobile friendly?

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This is important for every organization out there because no matter the age group, most Americans have smartphones and are using them to surf the web.

If your are not sure if your site is mobile friendly, go here and enter your web address into the search bar.

If you find that your site isn’t mobile friendly, what do you do?

  1. Ask your web provider if they can convert you to a mobile friendly site.
  2. If they can and you like their service, move forward with it.
  3. If they can’t, you should look for other options for your website.

All of the websites that are built at OurChurch.Com are mobile friendly.

If you would like to build a church website with our website builder or are interested in custom church web design, please contact us here!

About the author

Mark Steinbrueck

Mark Steinbrueck is President and Co-founder of OurChurch.Com. He is a member of Generations Christian Church, a husband and father of 3. He is a huge Cardinals baseball fan and bleeds Garnet and Gold. Find on Google+.


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