With around 60 million iPhone users in the US today and more than 80 million smartphone users predicted by the end of 2011 (estimates vary), I have one thing to ask you…
Is your site optimized for mobile?
As the user base of smartphones grows, businesses must adapt.
If your website doesn’t load properly on a smartphone, you’re leaving a Ginormous demographic behind. Even people who have desktops and laptop computers often use the internet on their phones for on-the-go usage.
Smart is Being Mobile Friendly
For one, you can easily tell your user’s browser to adapt its page width to whatever width the device is, using the meta viewport tag (below). That means that whether someone’s looking at the screen from a computer, an iPhone, iPad or an Android, they’ll all see a web page that fits exactly according to their screen.
<meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width” />
Or, even easier perhaps, you could use a plugin for WordPress. While there are quite a few of them, this is the one that impressed me: WP Touch