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Tag Archives: mobile friendly
It’s all go for mobile at Google Getting good, relevant answers when you search shouldn’t depend on what device you’re using. Relevancy search results has always been Google’s stated aim and that searchers should get the best answer possible, regardless if using a phone, desktop or tablet. It was last year that Google started using mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal on mobile … Continue reading
Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Live! Earlier this week, Google began showing AMP (accelerated mobile pages) results in search results. Google has been talking up Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for months, promising a February launch date when it would start sending search traffic from Google results to pages that have adopted it. You are probably wondering if utilizing AMP will give … Continue reading
Google confirms Mobile Friendly label a ranking factor Back in November 2014 Google announced they were adding a label ‘Mobile Friendly’ to their mobile search results. The label was to indicate if the target website was optimised for viewing on a mobile device. Posted back then what the criteria was to be eligible and listed as ‘Mobile Friendly‘. The question … Continue reading
Google announce ‘Mobile-friendly’ label on mobile search results Google’s mantra has always been its desire to provide the most relevant, informative & user-focused search results (serps). And, in its many search ranking factors, user-experience has seen a growing importance as mobile search has been rising. There is nothing more frustrating than tapping a search result on your mobile phone only … Continue reading