Google’s recent change to how their search engine decides which websites are most relevant could have an impact on a lot of websites.
If you’re a business that relies on your website to generate customers, you need to take a few minutes to make sure your site isn’t a victim of what many are calling MobileGeddon.
Google’s adjustments are a reflection of the massive shift towards mobile usage around the world, especially when it comes to search.
If your website isn’t deemed ‘mobile-friendly’ by their search algorithm, you’re going to see a drop in traffic from mobile users.
Sites that are mobile-friendly will get preferential treatment by Google when the user is on a smartphone, which is a huge audience these days.
So what should you do? The first thing is to test your site with Google’s Mobile Friendly Test page to see if you need to make changes.
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