Give Mobile Visitors What They Want.
The mobile phone user expects a different experience since they are out and about. Most mobile users just want basic information about your company, where you’re located, give you a quick call, and maybe a brochure/menu or video.
The problem with responsive websites is that most sites bury the contact information on sub-pages or in footers that make accessing that information on a phone difficult.
Why Is A Mobile First Page so important?
Mobile First Page gives mobile users what they want. And if they want more, they can continue onto your responsive website.
Make calling or texting you easy with 1-tap icons programmed with your phone number.
Make it easy to download a menu, brochure or other document.
If smartphone users want more, they can easily access the full version of the website.
Link to Google maps to make getting to your location easy.