26 Mar 2015

Google Planning for Huge Mobile Optimization Update, Starting April 21st

Search engine optimization is no longer limited to how well your website performs on  regular desktop machines. According to Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Zineb Ait Bahajji, a new update (ready to be released on April 21st) is specially designed to have a major impact even stronger than the Panda update on all websites that do not offer a healthy mobile experience. However, as a result, the users are going to easily get high quality and relevant results from the sites which are optimized for mobile devices.

Rand Fishkin, also recently shared on Google+ about the different sections of the Moz site and the traffic number generating from mobile searches was very low (less than 1%). Being a big name in the Internet Marketing Industry, they are still making their site mobile friendly to counter the impact of the Mobile Update.

What Factors to Know About Regarding the Mobile Rankings?

In order to prepare your website for the upcoming mobile update, you need to know the following factors:

 

–    The exact status of your mobile performance

–    How to improve the mobile performance

–    What your competitors are doing?

 

MediaLinkers, one of the top Atlanta Web Design and SEO Companies, is there to offer you all the help that you need for making your site a fully responsive and mobile-friendly site.  For countering the effects of the Google update, there is no better way to use the Google’s own set of webmaster tools, which show results keeping in mind the way Googlebot views the pages.

By checking your website through a Mobile-friendly test, we will tie up all the loose ends for your site. Furthermore, if you require the mobile usability issues in full detail, we can also provide you with a Mobile Usability Report, which we then can compare the differences that lie between Mobile and Desktop visibility to prepare your site for the April 21 – Google Mobile Update.

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We all know how quickly Smartphone access is increasing. It’s a starting point for businesses to follow in the footsteps of Moz’s, by making their site mobile friendly, even if they are only at risk of losing less than 5% of their total traffic. We all know that Google is planning to take the mobile ranking factor to the next level, and MediaLinkers is ready to help you follow suit.

Sources of Credit: Search Engine Land, Search Metrics, Google Webmaster Central Blog

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