20 Apr

Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update

On April 21, 2015, Google intends to make significant changes in the way its algorithm analyses code and may punish websites and blogs that are not mobile-friendly.

 

Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update Testing Tool 

 

While Google states this update focusses on their mobile search results, it would be a prudent to ensure that your website and/or blog are fully responsive to all mobile technologies.

 

We strongly suggest that you test your online work to ensure that it is mobile-friendly and take immediate action if your test fails to deliver the results you expect.[/themestudio_title]

Google's Mobile Friendly Udate Testing Application

Google’s mobile friendly testing application  is found here: http://google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

 

We recently tested websites and blogs owned by all points of contact since 2013. We sent them advice if their online work required an update.

 

We discovered 29% of application tested did not pass Google’s Mobile Friendly Update test.  We were quite surprised that many of the websites and blogs that failed tests were templates sold as responsive.

 

All clients of Search Engine Marketing People updated their websites and/or blogs some time ago.

Design & Development

 

Expect smart design with expert technical support to ensure our clients’ work is seen, responsive to all devices & mobile friendly.

Clean & Valid Code

 

We are fanatical about clean & valid search engine friendly code to ensure our clients deliver their message as planned.

Updates & Support

 

Timely updates that mirror technology evolution ensures our clients’ work is always secure and relevant to search engine algorithms.

 

Get on the right side of Google’s Mobile-Friendly Update

 

Contact us for more information.

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