Google announced that they would be releasing a new mobile search algorithm that would look to use how mobile friendly your website is as a ranking factor within their mobile search results and with the confirmation that they would be giving those of us that do offer a strong mobile user experience a ranking factor boost, the online community has instantly switched their attention to making sure that their site offers a strong mobile user experience, but has John Mueller just revealed that sites that fail to offer a mobile friendly version will still be able to rank well within mobile search?
A slide from John Mueller’s presentation
While conducting the latest of the Google Webmaster Help Hangouts, John began his session with a short but to the point slideshow focused around what Google are going to be looking for in order to deem your site to be mobile friendly, pointing out that there are quick solutions available out there for those of you that use CMS based platforms such as Blogger or WordPress and those of similar focus.
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David Naylor, more commonly known as DaveN, started working in the SEO industry over 16 years ago with three major corporations releasing their database driven data, creating internal link structures and improving usability.
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