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7 Tips How to Create Mobile-Friendly Content, Give User Convenience Access on Mobile!

7 tips how to create mobile-friendly contents

7 Tips to Create Mobile-Friendly Content, Give User Convenience Access on Mobile! - In creating content, friends, not only think about the content, but you also have to think about how the content can be easily accessed by users via mobile to create a comfortable user experience.


Why is this done? According to Review42 data , 80% of websites that rank highest on Google are mobile-friendly.


Looking at the data, it would be nice for friends to start thinking about creating mobile-friendly content . On the other hand, you also need to create a website that can be easily accessed via cellphone .


Then, how to create mobile-friendly content ?


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Write a Strong Opening Sentence

A strong hook or pull in the opening sentence will make the user more interested in browsing the article to the end.


Moreover, did you know that according to the Search Engine Journal the average user only spends 3 minutes or less on the website . 


Thus, the task of friends is to keep them at home on the website for a long time, one way is by writing a strong and effective opening sentence.


On the other hand, the website display on mobile looks smaller than on desktop/PC.


That is, paragraphs written in length on the website will look even longer when viewed on mobile . 


Friends must be smart in choosing the diction of the opening sentence. Give the user a high curiosity about the contents of the article in it.


Put a question sentence or an interesting fact sentence so that the user continues to read the article until the end on the mobile .


Do not forget to convey relevant information from the contents of the article at the beginning of the sentence.



Keep Paragraphs Short

As I explained in the first point, the appearance of the website on mobile will look different from the desktop.


When you open a website on mobile , it will look smaller.


Thus, don't be surprised if you write a long paragraph in a CMS and then publish it, it will look very compact when on mobile .


Therefore, it is best to avoid writing too many lines in a CMS. Although it looks neat on the website , but not on mobile .


Make sure, when you have finished writing the article, friends can review it first by looking at the appearance of the article when on mobile . 


This needs to be done so that your content is more mobile-friendly so that it is comfortable for users to read .


I suggest writing 2-3 lines in each paragraph to avoid bad display on mobile.



Avoid Writing Redundant Sentences

What is a redundant sentence? Redundant sentences are waste or repetition in a sentence.


This practice needs to be considered if you want your content to look mobile-friendly and comfortable to read by users , both on desktop and mobile .


In fact, users will be confused when reading sentences in an article that is less effective. 


So, try to choose the right diction and write the right information so that there is no repetition in the sentence.



Add Image/Video

Most people tend to feel bored when reading articles that only contain text, without any visuals in it.


The task of friends to provide comfort to the user is to add images/videos to an article.


In addition to creating mobile-friendly content , adding images or videos will also make your articles more varied.


Add images or videos that are relevant to the content of the article. In addition to providing convenience to the user , the presence of images or videos also increases your articles in Google Image searches.



Create a Short Title

In addition to the opening sentence, the title is also an important hook to pay attention to when friends are writing articles.


The main thing that users read is of course the title . If the title isn't catchy, they're more likely not to click on your article.


Therefore, create an effective title with persuasive diction so that users are interested in reading it.


On the other hand, you also need to pay attention to the length of the title.


If you want to look mobile-friendly , try to write a short title so users can easily see it, either through a Google search on desktop or mobile .


How short is the right title for SEO or mobile-friendly ? According to the Search Engine Journal , the title should be at least 70 characters long.


So that the SEO value is higher, you must also include focus keywords in the title.


For optimization in writing titles, friends can use the Yoast plugin or Rank Math on WordPress.


Use the Table of Content Plugin

Table of Content makes it easy for users to go directly to the points they want to read.


If you use WordPress, there are lots of Table of Content plugins that you can use.


By using this plugin, before entering the bullet points, there will be a table of contents.


Through the table of contents, it is easier for users to find out what the contents of your articles are.



Review Before Publish

This step is often overlooked in editorials. In fact, reviewing the writing before it is published can make the value of your article even higher.


Why is that? Because, with a first review, friends will definitely find writing errors or explanations that can be added.


In addition, you can also look for the right empty space to insert images or videos and examine which paragraphs look very dense if you are on mobile .


If it looks congested, it's best to separate paragraph by paragraph to make it look neat, both on desktop and mobile .


Most people feel lazy to do article reviews . In fact, this step is important to provide comfort to the user .


Closing


Those are 7 ways to make mobile-friendly articles that you can practice. Apart from all that, friends also have to make your website look mobile-friendly.