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Get Ready for Google's Mobile-first Index
2017-11-08, 08:08 PM,

Get Ready for Google's Mobile-first Index
Note: This article isn't mine, credits are mentioned at the end of the thread.

Last year Google announced that they’re switching over to a “mobile-first index”.
In other words, Google will consider the mobile version of your site the “real” version. And this will be the case even if someone searches from a desktop.
This move makes sense. Today, 60% of Google searches are from a mobile device. And that’s only going to grow in the future.
Even though Google’s Mobile-first index isn’t live yet, it’s coming any day now. That’s why I recommend prepping for it now.

How to Prepare for Google’s Mobile-First Index: 3 Simple Steps

1- Make Your Content Consistent Across Desktop and Mobile

You know how sometimes people hide content on the mobile version of their page?

Here’s an example:

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Well, that’s going to be a BIG problem when Google unveils their mobile-first algo.

Once Google goes mobile-first they’re going to consider the mobile version of your page the “true” version. That hidden content is going to be 100% ignored by Big G.
That’s why you want to display 100% of the content from your desktop version to mobile folks too.
For example, when you visit this post on the Backlinko blog from an iPhone, you get the same amazing content that desktop users get ?

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2- Move From m. to Responsive Design

Do you have a mobile “M.” version of your site? Google recommends switching over to responsive design.

So do I.

3- Make Sure Your Site Kicks Butt On Mobile

I see lots of sites that technically work on a phone or tablet. But they’re a huge pain to actually use.
As I talked about in Chapter 1, RankBrain closely measures how Google users interact with your site.

And if peeps have a hard time using your site with their phone, they’re going to hit their “back” button without thinking twice.

How do you know if your site is legit mobile friendly?

I recommend checking out the nifty Mobile-Friendly Test tool from Google. Just enter a URL into it, and the tool will let you know if your site is mobile-friendly:

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They’ll even hook you up with recommendations that you can use to up your mobile game.

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Source: https://backlinko.com/seo-this-year#chapter5

2017-11-08, 08:56 PM,
Very good article buddy. Thank you very much for the share. :)
2017-11-08, 09:04 PM,
Wow this is great news, I need to make the mobile version of my website now.
2017-11-09, 08:30 AM,
Thanks for the tips buddy and thank you for all the information. I appreciate it.
2017-11-09, 08:50 AM,
I don't have the mobile version of my website, May I need to worry for it?
2017-11-09, 02:23 PM,
(2017-11-09, 08:50 AM)PHPMaster Wrote: I don't have the mobile version of my website, May I need to worry for it?

2017-11-10, 08:05 PM,
Thanks for sharing the information buddy, good stuff!!
2017-11-10, 08:12 PM,
Good share, thanks for the info.

2017-11-10, 08:17 PM,
Thank you for sharing the information mate, Appreciated! Smile
2017-11-16, 08:57 PM,
Thanks for the guide and also thank you for the list buddy.

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