Source: StatCounter Global Stats – OS Market Share
It’s super easy to check whether your blog is mobile friendly or not: as Google itself is there at your service:
Google Mobile Friendly Checker
So, first of all, go on and check (fingers crossed) whether your site is mobile friendly or not (check all these pages separately from your blog):
- Any full length post / page
- A post / page full of media (like images, videos, block-quotes etc.)
- A post / page with comments
If you get a message like the one in this picture (Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly), then you are all set. Nothing more to do, simply keep your focus on SEO and SMO. And if you need any help on these topics, then of course you can contact the experts!
Just in case, you did not get that message in green and instead got a message in red which reads: “Not mobile-friendly“. Then DO NOT worry, we are here to help you. Although you can see that there are some tips along with the result to help you optimize your blog and make it responsive, but for the not-so-technical types, it may all look Greek and Latin.
So simply ignore those tips. Be a little less sentimental and get ready to give a complete new look to your blog 🙂
Simply head over to any of these two sites, pick some templates of your choice. Check how these templates look in multiple devices like mobile phones, tablets and desktops, take reviews from friends/peers and finalize the perfect one for you: