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Your prospective clients have been online for years doing research before choosing local business. Now they’re using their mobile phones.

A mobile friehndly website provides large links, suitable for fingers to navigate on a hand-held device with a tiny screen, and structures the site so that the most important and useful information is easy for users to find.

What does this mean for your veterinary clinic? It means that if you don’t have a website that is functional and looks good on the small screen of an iPhone, BlackBerry or other mobile device, you may soon be losing prospective clients to a neighboring veterinary clinic that does.

Contact us from your mobile device or let us use ours to give you a free mobile website evaluation.

Google Announces Big Changes

If your website is not mobile-friendly, it may disappear on Google! After April 21, 2015, Google will change their ranking algorithm—this means that websites that do not have a mobile component will be downgraded in their system. If your veterinary practice’s mobile website is not compliant with Google’s new algorithm, you will be at risk for losing ranking in local search results.

The Importance of a Mobile-Friendly Website

Having a mobile-friendly website will help you rise to the top of the rankings. At Cheshire Partners, we optimize every website so that it looks great on any device and has functionality for smart phones built in. A website that is mobile friendly allow your clients to stay connected with you on-the-go​,​ 24/7!

Test Your Mobile Website

Our team of experts are here to help you prepare for the new changes within Google’s new ranking algorithm. Visit Google’s Mobile-Friendly Tool today to see if your mobile website is ready for April 21st. You may also call us to discuss how to prepare for the update, and how to get the most from your mobile website.

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