Just taking a cursory look at Marie's site - it's not mobile responsive.
Oh, so now how I do I explain that to my client? lol There has to be a benefit to having it the way Genesis is doing it right?
It's not just the way Genesis is doing it; PC Sales are slowing; tablet and mobile device sales are growing; more and more people are getting their content on a mobile device, and a mobile responsive site is easier to read and digest on a mobile device.
Yes, you're right. I guess the better question is how to tell her that the way the website is working now is better for her than the way Marie's site is?
That's a tough sell, since I know how popular Marie is.
Probably not the answer you're looking for, but my take on it is that we don't design websites for ourselves, or even our clients; we design websites for our client's visitors...
There are a couple of legacy Genesis themes which *aren't* mobile responsive, but if she's looking for the latest technology, then mobile responsive is the way to go.
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