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6 Undeniable Reasons Why Your Website Should Be Responsive

It’s probably no surprise by now that mobile internet usage has been skyrocketing over the last few years. According to a Morgan Stanley report, mobile internet usage is expected tomatch desktop usage by 2014. Even with this compelling evidence, the vast majority of business websites are still not mobile-friendly. This is not only causing a headache for users,

 
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17 New Responsive HTML5 Templates for Modern Websites

Creative & modern design HTML5 & CSS3 website templates come up with cross browser compatibility, responsive design and SEO optimized page layouts. All HTML5 templates available in boxed and wide screen layouts with %100 fully responsive theme. See on blog.karachicorner.com

 
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3 Ways Responsive Design Can Benefit Your Blog

Are more of your blog visitors coming from a mobile device instead of a desktop computer? Do you wonder how responsive design can increase customer satisfaction and improve your marketing? See on www.socialmediaexaminer.com

 
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7 Tips to Speed Up Responsive Websites

On the Internet today, there’s a “need for speed.”Customer behavior is one thing; online behavior for every customer is totally something else. The speed at which a website loads is the moment of truth. See on spyrestudios.com

 
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3 Ways to Dip Your Toe In Responsive Design

As one of the pilot brands in the launch of the Pinterest API, Random House has launched a Pinterest-powered book discovery tool as a responsive microsite. See on www.getelastic.com

 
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