You have created a nice looking website. Your aim is to drive more and more traffic.You have left no stone unturned to promote your website or blog. Yet you are not satisfied with the traffic. The reason may be at site creation level. Do you know internet users through mobile has overtaken desktop? Desktop users drastically declined. Now a days you will find everyone are constantly browsing or communicating over their smartphones. Now it is essential to build a mobile friendly website that works in multi platforms. So make sure your website is mobile friendly. Just do a test at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/.
If the result is "Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly" then you are OK. If you fail due to "content wider than screen", "Links too close together" or "Font size" in the test you have to re-built your website forthwith otherwise robots.txt file may block Googlebot from loading some of the page's resources. Google says "If you haven't made your website mobile-friendly, you should".
If you are working in blogging platform such as blogger or wordpress, you need not do anything. Your blog is already mobile friendly. If your site is not mobile friendly, how is it possible to make it mobile friendly? Now I am going to tell you my personal experience for making a mobile friendly website.
- It is difficult and time consuming to change your old website into a mobile friendly one.
- Better you go to rebuilt a responsive website compatible with all devices.
- Your first target should be mobile compatibility.
- Make sure you have added a view point which control the display of a page in the device and the recommended view point is:
name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
- Follow the link https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/getting-started/your-first-multi-screen-site/responsive?hl=en for further details of design of your mobile friendly site.
- I recommend bootstrap for a good start.