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Google’s Mobile-Friendly Search Update

As of April 21st, Google will be expanding their use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide, and will have a significant impact in Google’s search results. So, businesses need to ensure their websites are mobile-friendly, or they could lose a significant amount of their traffic.

Google’s Official Announcement
Click the link below to view / show Google’s official announcement on this. Great for verification, or copy and paste it into an email to send to a business owner.:

http://bit.ly/mobile-friendly-announce

 

Example of a Mobile-Friendly Listing
Feel free to show this to prospects, or send it to them in an email. To download it, right-click it, and select ‘Save image as…’

Mobile-Friendly Label example

Google’s Test Page
Google has provided a handy Mobile-Friendly Test Page. Click the link below to access it, or copy and paste it into an email to send to a business owner. Powerful proof when the business owner can do the test themselves!:

http://bit.ly/mobile-friendly-test-page

 

More Info On Mobile-Friendly Websites
Google published a resource guide for webmasters called, ‘ANY PLACE, ANY TIME, ANY DEVICE – Building Websites for the Multi-Screen Consumer’. Even though it was published in 2013, they are still recommending it. Click the link below to view it, or to download it, right-click the link, and choose ‘Save Target As…’ or ‘Save Link As..”.

http://bit.ly/mobile-sites-resource-guide

 

A Tip To Help With Estimates
To estimate the fee for rebuilding a website into a mobile responsive website, you will need to know approximately how many pages the site has. The best way is to ask the client, if you don’t have access to the dashboard for the site. But, you can get a pretty good idea by finding out how many pages are indexed in Google. Here’s how: type the following into a Google search… site:examplewebsite.com . Of course, you will replace ‘examplewebsite.com’ with the actual website url. Google will display the total under the name on the listing. See example below:

Number of pages - example


 

 

 Posted on : June 11, 2014