Organic traffic and responsive web design question

Started by Efremof, Jun 23, 2022, 06:28 AM

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My question is can responsive web design boost organic traffic in the major search engines or not ? If yes how can I optimze my website for best results ?


A responsive website design is very helpful in boosting the rank of it by increasing the number of visitors on it.
A responsive design is the requirement of today's market as it helps the drag the attention of online visitors towards a website easily. One thing which must be kept in kind while making a responsive website is it should be platform independent i.e. it should work on laptop, desktop, tablets or on smartphones as well. This is the best technique to increase the traffic on a website instantly.


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Responsive design is a type of layout that ensures the correct display of the website on various devices: computer, tablet, smartphone. This is achieved by dynamically adjusting all elements of the site to the required screen format, while the functionality of the website is fully preserved. In this case, only one version of the site is being developed, and, accordingly, the URL will also be one, which means there will be one database from which the content is taken, which greatly simplifies the work.

Benefits of Responsive Design:

Using one design for all devices, which greatly simplifies the work on SEO promotion.
Correct display of all pages of the site and its elements on any device.
Disadvantages of responsive design:

The weight of the pages and, as a result, the long loading of the website. If there are "heavy" elements on the desktop, they can slow down the loading of the site pages in the mobile version. To prevent that, it is necessary to solve this problem by additional actions.

Different site goals for desktop and mobile. When visiting a site from a smartphone, sometimes you have to search for information for a long time, since all the functionality and all blocks remain the same as on the desktop version. This can cause additional inconvenience and annoyance to users.
Restrictions on adding new functionality. As we said above, adaptive layout is an adaptation of the desktop version of the site, so you will have to make new functionality on all pages of the website.
Responsive design is undoubtedly a versatile option. If the choice fell on it, before starting work, you should definitely plan the structure and functionality of the website in such a way that they are convenient when viewed from different devices and there is no need to hide part of the functionality.