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Archive for the 'Google mobile-first indexing' Category

Mobile-first Indexing is Compulsory for All Domains [Report]

The TechCrunch contributor Sarah Perez has reported that Google has made it default for all domains to follow mobile-first indexing. This update will affect all the websites that were not coping with the mobile formats as required by Google. Perez says, “The mobile-first indexing initiative has come a long way since Google first announced its plans back in 2016. In December 2017, Google began to roll out mobile-first indexing to a small handful of sites, but didn’t specify which ones were in this early test group. Last March, mobile-indexing began to roll out on... [...]

Impact of Mobile-First Indexing on your SEO efforts

Google has rolled out the Mobile-First Indexing due to increasing searches for content from people’s mobile devices. With Mobile-First Indexing Google monitors your site performance on the mobile devices. Content Marketing Institute columnist Mike Murray has shared an useful article on how you should Mobile-First Indexing as far as your SEO efforts are concerned. Murray says, “Given your vigilance with the all-powerful search engine rankings, it is reasonable to be concerned about Google mobile-first or at least more curious than usual. Google recently weighed in, knowing its plan... [...]

Seven ways to improve your mobile site experience

Google is now more concerned about mobile-first indexing and so you cannot afford to ignore this as the ignorance can put you out of the race. Content Marketing Institute columnist Bethany Johnson has shared seven steps to help marketers improve their website’s mobile browsing experience. Johnson says, “Google’s recent rollout of mobile-first indexing proves brands willing to (once again) put users first will look better in the eyes of the search giant. But search users have high expectations – they expect the exact information they seek to be immediately available in an easy-to-comprehend... [...]

Five questions about Google’s move to mobile-first indexing [Econsultancy]

Google has initiated the procedure for mobile-first indexing under which Google’s going to be primarily crawling and indexing the mobile version of websites. Still there prevails confusion over Google’s initiative. Econsultancy columnist Marcus Tober has shared five prominent questions that webmasters are facing. Tober says, “Here are some of the issues that people are still asking questions about. 1. With so many fully responsive websites today is mobile-first really a big deal? Many sites today use responsive technology, which means their pages automatically adapt to the device... [...]

Report: Google sends out mobile-first indexing notifications

Search Engine Land has reported that Google has started sending the mobile-first indexing notifications to the webmasters. Barry Schwartz has shared a snapshot of such notifications received by some users. says, “The notification reads “mobile-first indexing enabled for” and specifies the domain name of the site it was enabled for. Ari Finkelstein shared a screen shot of the notification with us. It reads: This means that you may see more traffic in your logs from Googlebot Smartphone. You may also see that snippets in Google Search results are now generated from the mobile version... [...]

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