BUZZ: Keep up with consumers through responsive web design

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Use this one-size-fits-all approach to make sure your website is viewed the right way. Innovation in today’s economy is leading restaurants to responsive web design as a way of adapting to consumers’ digital shift.

Millions of consumers use their smartphones and tablets to search for restaurants, make buying decisions or leave reviews on social channels such as Yelp and Urbanspoon. These channels are parallel in the sense that they all link back to the restaurant’s website. However, consumers also visit websites to make reservations and view menus or reviews to anticipate what to expect from a restaurant.

Therefore, the appearance of a website is imperative to catching viewers’ attention. How does your website look on an iPhone, Google tablet or any other device? When consumers view a website using their mobile phone, they are typically in a rush and need information that’s easy to read and navigate quickly. If they can’t easily find what they are looking for (i.e. menu, reservation information, address, etc.) in a minute, they will simply exit the website and probably never come back. Even worse….. [READ FULL ARTICLE HERE]


Sociallybuzz, provides social media management, marketing, fan-page application development and social media consultation. The company is designed to help brands and businesses develop a firm foundation in social media and marketing while delivering the greatest number of options in how they define or reach their relevant audience and increase sales. We also have a robust team that is responsible for handling each and every Yelp, Urbanspoon, Google, TripAdvisor and Foursquare review for our clients. For more information about Sociallybuzz, please visit our website:
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Andre Kay is CEO and Founder of Sociallybuzz, a company that provides social media management, campaigns and reputation management. Check out sociallybuzz.com for more information, and to see what responsive design looks like. To test it out, try making your browser window smaller. Images and content will shrink and the navigation bar will disappear. It can also be viewed from a tablet or smartphone to see the difference from device to device.