Google wrote in February that more and more people use mobile devices and that they want to customize their algorithms to the changing user pattern.
Google’s intention is always to get relevant results from your searches. Websites that are mobile-friendly are more user-friendly when searching from mobile devices. Google will tag and rank websites that are mobile-friendly higher than other web pages in the organic search result. April 21, 2015, this change will come into effect. The change will have a major impact on the ranking of search results you get when you’ve applied for something on Google.
How do I know if my website is mobile-friendly?
It’s easy to find out if your website is mobile-friendly. Google has also launched its own mobile-friendly test so you can check if your website is mobile-friendly. The tool is free. Here you can easily test your website by simply entering the url of your website. After entering the url you will get a screenshot similar to the one below.
What do I do if my site is NOT mobile-friendly?
Google has created a guide to help you with this as well. Here you will find the guide with tips for those who do not have a mobile-friendly website.
If you think this is a bit difficult to understand or you do not have time to put yourself in the problem, contact your website provider.
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