Today smartphones are the main source of information, pastime, and most importantly, work. More and more businesses are focusing on mobile search engines and, of course, applications. As our world becomes more connected and dependent on mobile devices, it becomes increasingly important to ensure that your website is mobile responsive.
How often do you search for something on the Internet? You've probably noticed that on some Web sites, the font is small and the information disappears over the edges of the screen. This is exactly what a non-optimized Web site is like. Fortunately, search algorithms have virtually removed such poor-quality resources from the screens. For those who have not designed a website intended for mobile before, a mobile responsive website can be easily accessed and used from a mobile device.
So still, what preferences will you get if your web resource is properly optimized? If your website is easily accessed and used from a mobile device, your website has a much better chance of increasing traffic and lowering your bounce rate. Also, given Google's hatred of unresponsive resources, your entire business will be at risk of existence without a proper mobile version.
According to statistics, the number of users using the mobile version of websites exceeded the number of users using the desktop version. This fact proves that with mobile responsive design, the goal is to cater to as many users as possible.