Google Finally Choses Text Based “Mobile Friendly” in SERPs

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Yet another new ranking algorithm for your non mobile website has been officially released from Google. This one might start to sway your resistance to creating a mobile version.

I have mentioned this before, as hints from both Google and Barry Schwartz have been surfacing all over. It's official, Google will now start implementing a “Mobile-friendly” tag  within the meta description of the SERPS. Remember all that time you spent learning flash and how cool your site was? It might be a good idea to ditch it and think about a mobile friendly redesign.

If you poke around in Webmaster Tools you will find a few ways to test your website and see how it has been performing.  In the Search Traffic section there is now a Mobile Usability section that will let you know about your flash use and that touch elements are too close. If your site is a bit on the old and crusty side, it may be time to start thinking about all your mobile users.


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Most the People use smartphones for internet browsing. Its really great that google is considering this features as well. For details reagarding this please click here.


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