New responsive Sell My Car page launches




Responsive web design has now been launched on Motorhog’s Sell My Car. This allows desktop webpages to be adapted to look good on all devices. Web pages can be viewed using many different devices: desktops, tablets and phones. Your web page should look great and be easy to use regardless of the device.  Sell My Car is now optimized for mobile and tablet users and with a simplified interface, will result in great user experience no matter what device you are using.

One of the main advantages for a business to have responsive web design is that your rankings will be higher in Google. Small and big businesses can benefit from more website traffic and leads. When your site has one responsive design that scales to fit any device you don’t need another version of your website that’s built just for mobile devices. Therefore, with only one strategic URL, you strengthen your SEO. Google states that responsive web design is its recommended mobile configuration, and even refers to responsive web design as the industry best practice.

A responsive design makes it super easy and enjoyable for users to browse your site. Images will properly scale and text descriptions will be easy to read. If a user finds it difficult to browse on your website, they’ll quickly leave in frustration. 40% of all mobile users will abandon a web page if it takes more than three seconds to load. This clearly illustrates the necessity of faster loading times for mobile devices, which is something responsive web design can deliver.

If you don’t offer your users or potential customers a good experience on the device of their choice, you may lose visitors or customers. On the other hand, if you make sure that the experience they will have on the various devices is good, you are more likely to retain them as visitors and later convert them to customers.

Google announced that more searches take place on mobile devices than on desktop. This means an increasing number of your target audience will view your website on a small device. That’s why it’s crucial that your website is able to adapt and serve the needs of your users, regardless of what they use: PC, tablet or smartphone. People today expect websites to work on many devices.

The future of the web is mobile and it is estimated that by 2017 more than 5 billion people will use mobile phones, so by using responsive web design you are preparing now for the future. Having responsive web design is cost effective and allows you to stay ahead of the competition.


Below are some examples of Motorhog’s Sell My Car responsive website. As you can see when the webpage is viewed in a smaller device the content and images also resize to make it easier for you to read.

Desktop version.


Tablet/iPad version.



Smartphone version.





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