- Allow your users to view your awesome content on the device of their choice. We’re constantly searching for information and many times people are viewing content simultaneously on more than one device (searching via a laptop while tweeting from their smartphone). By designing for the user, your product or service is accessible to the user anytime, anywhere.
- optimal results. With more than one site, you’ll need an SEO campaign for each. It’s easier to have all your results in one place. Google recommends consolidating for
- A responsive site keeps your brand and content consistent across whatever platform the user is viewing on. Making it easier and more likely that your audience will engage with you, instead of hopping to the next site that doesn’t require them to pinch & zoom.
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Jessica Jones is a creative marketer with over 10 years of professional experience. She graduated from UCF with a BA in Digital Media. She is business-minded with a dynamic background in graphic design, marketing strategy, campaign management, vendor management, brand and project management. Her experience includes design and creative direction for small and large businesses, B2B and B2C marketing strategy, and campaign execution/management with Eloqua. Jessica is passionate about all things marketing, and is eager to share her knowledge and love of marketing automation to help customers succeed and grow.
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