August 26, 2015
How Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Will Impact Your Website? Would like to bring in our consideration that Google is going to announce its new algorithm named as – Google’s Mobile Friendly Algorithm, that will affect those site’s online presence which are not Mobile friendly.
Here is a brief introduction what is this algorithm and how it affects your online presence.
Recently, Google has announced its new search algorithm which will significantly impact on mobile search results. After April 21, 2015, websites that are “mobile-friendly” will be given priority in mobile search rankings. The main aim of Google behind this update is to create the best possible search experience for users.
In short, websites that aren’t mobile-friendly will rank lower in mobile search results.
We understand your website’s SEO and search visibility is extremely important, so we’re here to help you figure out how this new update will affect you, and how to prepare for it.
At first glance, this update may not seem like such a big issue. As the new algorithm only impact Google mobile searches, not desktop searches. Bu fact is that about 50% of all Google searches are performed on mobile device. It denotes that a mobile-friendly website is not only a luxury- it has become a necessity.
So, make sure that your website is mobile-friendly.
Responsive design is the best way to ensure that your website is mobile-friendly.
A responsive design website will adjust to fit in any screen size, whether it’s a desktop, tablet, laptop or your smartphone. When building a responsive design, developers will consider how elements like buttons, menus and images can be rearranged and scaled down to create the best possible experience for mobile users.
If your website has a responsive design, you are completely ready for the new Google update!
Step 1: Test Your Website:
Step 2: See how much mobile search traffic is arriving at your website.
If you use Google analytics, you can add a dashboard there which shows your mobile search report in Google. This report will quickly show you how much mobile traffic your site gets, and the importance of a mobile-friendly site for your nonprofit business.
Simply, click this link to add this custom report to your Google Analytics report
Step3. Talk to a professional:
If you face any problem like your website failed the mobile-friendly test, and most of your traffic is from mobile, talk to us.
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