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The way people use the internet is changing every day. With more and more portable web devices appearing on the market, users are not just accessing websites via their desktop computer on a large widescreen, but via smartphones and tablet devices. Responsive websites are designed to adapt to the device on which they are accessed, meaning the viewer has a minimal need for scrolling, panning and resizing when using a mobile phone rather than a desktop computer to view a website. In fact, Google now prioritises ‘responsive’ mobile-friendly websites in search results above non-responsive websites, so you could be being penalised for your static layout. The sooner you make your website responsive, the better, as smartphones and tablets aren’t going anywhere and you could actually be losing a lot of traffic if Google is penalising your website.

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