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How To Recover If You Got Nailed By #Mobilegeddon @sengineland #APR360 #PR #Marketing #Comms #Biz #data #B2B #growth

A business’s “smallness” is actually a strategic advantage in this case. Small websites generally have fewer Web pages, making it easier to update the entire site. Plus, small websites are less likely to break under the strain of a site-wide responsive design update. Any site design update that does take place should be relatively easy to fix, considering the scope of the problem.

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