ADCook.com on iPhone
28%* of You are Reading this on Your SmartPhone
(I know that because Google tells me so)
That’s why the ADCook.com website has been mobile-friendly for a long-time, since early 2011. That’s when I first became aware of WordPress responsive websites. WordPress made creating sites more flexible, from a creator’s perspective, while creating a better user experience for visitors.
Responsive website design changed everything for me. Now, I can create more freely because responsive websites adjust the layout and appearance to look different on a desktop computer, a smart pad, or a smartphone. Today, responsive sites are more common, but it was new and cool back then.
Of course, being mobile-friendly is more than how a site looks on a smartphone. Other things come into play, like navigation, site speed, and Search Engine Optimization. While on the subject of S.E.O., Google, the most popular search engine globally, offers a free mobile-friendly test to check your website or any website for that matter.
POST UPDATE :: 03/07/22 / Check out this awesome mobile-compatibility checker test tool that automatically tests multiple URLs. After entering a URL (your website’s home page), the tool crawls the entire website, reporting back on the mobile-friendliness of all sub-pages.
With the EXPERTE.com Bulk Mobile Friendly Test, you can check whether all of your (sub) pages are optimized for mobile devices. Instead of just checking the homepage, their tool crawls your entire website, assessing up to 500 subpages at one time.
My ongoing commitment to you (and myself) is to create inspired original artworks while providing a memorable online experience for my collectors, clients, fans, and friends through the ADCook.com website.
Thank you for your continued visits to ADCook.com
*Posted January 12, 2022. Stats vary daily but this site usually runs between 25% to 40% for mobile users.
Mobile accounts for approximately half of web traffic worldwide. In the fourth quarter of 2021, mobile devices (excluding tablets) generated 54.4 percent of global website traffic, consistently hovering around the 50 percent mark since the beginning of 2017 before consistently surpassing it in 2020.
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