Is your website mobile-friendly?
One thing about the Internet that everyone can agree on – things are constantly changing. A website that was great when built may now actually be working against you.
Y u love your website! It is just fine, and you do not want to spend good money on something you already have. Well that may be true, but if your website is not considered mobile-friendly by Google, you have a strike against you!
Google has officially completed rolling out the mobile-friendly algorithm
Search Engine Land’s article posts March 12, 2016 explains the change is designed to give an additional ranking boost for mobile-friendly websites in the mobile search results.
Why do this and what does it mean to you?
Here’s another fun fact from Google. As of May 2015 – more than 2 years ago as of the writing of this article – Google released a statement that in part read “more Google searches take place on mobile devices than on computers in 10 countries including the US and Japan.” That includes RVers and campers doing searches and using Google Maps to find parks along their route.
Is your website mobile-friendly? Find out now, for freeUse the Google Mobile-Friendly Test Tool. Click here
My website failed the mobile-friendly test, what should I do?
Don’t panic. You website will still be found in search results, however if getting found on Google is important to you, call us at (954) 587-9093 to discuss how affordably we can transition your website to mobile-friendly status.
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