Breaking News - Google is now ranking mobile friendly website first in line!

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by Newoak, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. Newoak

    Newoak Member

    Good old Google are changing how they rank website that are not mobile friendly a great opportunity for newer websites.
    Any other changes please share?
  2. jeffreysloe

    jeffreysloe Member

    Things to keep in mind when developing your responsive "mobile friendly" site:
    1. Loading: How quickly does your site load? (This is very important!)
    2. Navigation: How easy is it for someone to navigate your site? (Have you implemented a mobile menu?)
    3. Fonts: Is the font size acceptable and easy to read?
    4. Scrolling: Do users have to scroll horizontally and/or zoom in to see any content?
    5. Media: Are there any media items, like images, videos, etc. that don't load?
    6. Links: Are your links too close to each other, or can someone easily click on one without hitting another?
    Just because you have a "mobile friendly" site does not mean you get ranked high on Google; tend to the items listed above and your chances of ranking higher will increase.
  3. Newoak

    Newoak Member

    Good Tips, Google is changing a lot these days.
  4. payment proof

    payment proof Well-Known Member

    That's for sure. Google has drastically changed the way SEO is done in the past few years.
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    Expert Member

  6. brucekenway

    brucekenway New Member

  7. dmhuan

    dmhuan New Member

    But doesn't mobile have their own way of displaying site content? That somehow make it harder for your site to be mobile friendly since it requires checking you site on the phone regularly :sleep:
  8. Newoak

    Newoak Member

    6o percent of the traffic to my website is from smartphones.

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