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1. Install Responsive Theme

However, right now all WordPress themes are responsive. But your WordPress blog is not mobile friendly, it means you are using an older theme.

To fix this, just install a new responsive theme that looks perfect on mobile devices. There are many WordPress themes available in the market and they are fully responsive.

And one more thing before buying a theme, check that it looks great on all screen sizes. For this you can check the demo of the theme.

If you're looking for a free theme, I recommend GeneratePress, Astra, and Hueman. And Genesis Framework is the best among premium themes.

2. Use Responsive Plugins

Plugins help you add additional features to your site. When you add a widget, CTA button and opt-in form to your site, make sure that it scales well to all screen sizes.

3. Don't Use Pop-ups for Mobile Devices

Do not use pop-ups for your mobile site. Most people don't like pop-ups. Pop-ups annoy the user and create a bad experience for the user.

However, most email opt-in forms work fine on desktop, but completely ruin the user experience on mobile devices.

5. Create a Responsive Menu

Most websites have a menu for navigation. If your site has menu navigation, make sure it looks fine on any mobile screen.

6. Choose the Right Font and Size

Choosing the right font is very important. Fonts should be clear and easy to read.

Also, you can use capital letters and bold font for your headline. It shows a clear separation between the content and the title.
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