In this day in age a lot is mobile. Not more than 4 years ago people were able to browse a website on their mobile devices. Today the iPhone, iPad and tablets have changed that for us and getting information anywhere and at anytime is now possible; altering the way we deliver content.
In addition to having your website designed, developed and put on the web for all to see, you need to consider if you want your site to be available on mobile devices. How often have you needed information on-the-go and when you went to the website it was the full version and it took forever to load (not to mention the data that it drains from your mobile plan). I’m sure it’s happened but nowadays it’s becoming less frequent.
Businesses are realizing the importance of getting their website designed and developed for mobile. For example, restaurants notice that one of most important things on their website is the menu (and sometimes pricing). The first thing available on a mobile version of their site should be just that, the menu. Of course it depends on your business and what the needs are of your customers, but the main focus is that it’s critical to deliver to your clients fast and with reliability.
Even if your business already has a website, mobilizing it is always a great idea.