Google is making a change to how it ranks sites and if your site is not mobile optimized then you could lose out in google search rankings.
What does this update do and what can you do?
This is a major change or may be we should say that is a major change after 2011 and is likely to penalise many websites, which is why some have called the change “mobilegeddon”.
Any business that relies on google search results to send the traffic to their site, will lose out if their site is not mobile optimised.This mean a difference between being profitable or closing down.
The latest change is not meant to discriminate against rivals, but to demote sites in Google’s mobile-search results that are not deemed “mobile-friendly”. That means, for instance, those that have text too small to read on a smartphone screen, or fiddly links too difficult to open with the tap of a finger, will be discriminated against. “As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns,” Google wrote in a blog post in February
Big players in the market may not be affected but if you are self employed or a small business owner then this will mean more changes on your web site which can prove very expensive.
We can review your site for free and let you know how much work it may take to get your site mobile optimised.
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