How Mobile-Ready is Your Church’s Website?

by | Jun 29, 2021 | Mobile | 0 comments

Example of person navigation a mobile friendly website on their smartphoneNearly 85% of Americans own a smartphone, up from just 35% in 2011. This increase means more users are reading websites, emails and engaging with social media platforms on their phones and tablets. We all know how frustrating it is visiting a website that isn’t mobile-friendly. In fact, Google now prioritizes the mobile version of content for indexing and ranking, which has a big impact on how easily your ministry’s content is found in searches.

This is a big deal for churches and ministries. Think about how important having enough parking spots available is for potential first time guests. Avoiding the nightmare scenario of a visitor not being able to find a parking spot and leaving without ever making it into the building is a must. Now we also need to focus that attention on a potential visitor’s first mobile experience with your site. Otherwise they just might give up and leave as well. A clear, organized mobile-ready site will help you make your ministry message clear now and on into the future.

Worship Times optimizes all of our partners’ websites to be fully responsive and mobile-friendly no matter their individual design. We make sure your buttons are big enough to be pushed on a small screen and put your most important content up front so that it is easily found. Our goal is making sure that your mission is always loud and clear. Rest assured that we keep your site up-to-date with the constantly evolving changes to mobile technology.

Contact us to learn more about our commitment to building websites that are optimized for mobile users.

Data about mobile phone ownership over time is from the Pew Research Center.

 

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