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6 Ways How to Make Your Retail Store Mobile Friendly

November 19th, 2018 in category Industry News
by Clip Strip Corp

As online shopping is increasing via mobile devices, it's important for retailers to make their store mobile friendly ensuring the easy access to their sites by the potential buyers.

Retail stores are adopting different methods to make their store mobile friendly. They are changing the design of their website and also considering mobile friendly features. Simple websites won't cut it anymore: you have to create an online strategy as well.

Web pages look different on mobiles than on desktops. Hence, for the best display of your product, you need to use larger font size, simple page layouts, and place the relevant information above the fold to get the attention of the customers.

If you're looking for some tips to make your retail store mobile-friendly, then consider the following:

1. Upgrade Your Store Listings

Make the listings of your store as accurate as possible. To maintain the accuracy, consider the following points:

2. Review Google Listings

Search your site in the popular search engines to know what it is displaying for your store. Check the name, address, working hours, and the contact information. Make sure that all the information is correct. If required, you can make the changes. You can also list your store in some popular online directories.

3. Make a Social Network Profile

Use social networks to get the attention of your buyers.

4. Choose a Responsive Design

The look and feel of your site will create the first impression for your site. You need to make your retail store mobile responsive that will allow easy viewing on any device that might be desktops, tablets, and smartphones. You can make changes in your web design to make it more mobile friendly.

5. Respond to them with an App

Some websites are going a step ahead and offer an app to the smartphone users. They can use that app to reach you and to know more about your products, discounts, and the new arrivals. That app needs to be free and should be impressive so that the mobile users will find it easy to operate.

6. Focus More on the Social Media

According to the research report, seventy percent of the social networking interactions take place on mobile platforms only. You should be a part of social media to make your site mobile-friendly. You can post the relevant contents more frequently, introduce your new arrivals, and can use social media advertising as well. Besides, you can post some valuable images and can offer a link to your store.