April 21 has come and gone. And on this one-week anniversary of Mobilegeddon, we thought it was time for a status check.
First – what’s Mobilegeddon?
This handy infographic can explain:
Why should my nonprofit care?
Because, according to Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test tool, a lot of your sites don’t quite make the cut.
This seems like a huge project. Help!
We know. We have been helping our clients with the mobile switch for a while now. If you’re not quite ready to embark on this project now, there are short-term fixes like “mobile switching” through plug-ins like WPTouch. But the truth is that every organization must start laying the groundwork for a fully responsive site that works across all devices.
Mobilegeddon was not a one-day event. Google may have made a big announcement, but the truth is that your users want a mobile-friendly website too. Here are two (of Fifty Fascinating Nonprofit Statistics) to highlight, to that point:
Google wants you go mobile, and so do your donors.
We’re proud to have recently launched a fully responsive site for Open Door Family Medical Centers. Up next – we’ll do the same for DG&Co…