Marya Belanger — March 11, 2019 — March 11, 2019 At the end of 2018, Google announced they now use Mobile First Indexing (MFI) for more than half of their search results worldwide. The changes have been in the works since 2016 due to significant increases in the amount of users searching Google from mobile … Continue reading Google Switched to Mobile First Indexing – What it Means for 2019 SEO
Getting conflicting information about whether the mobile-first indexing change will impact your rankings? Brush up on the different processes behind search results. Janet Driscoll Miller on September 27, 2018 Mobile-first indexing has been the talk of 2018 in the SEO world, and certainly this major shift in how Google search works has left SEOs … Continue reading Mobile-first indexing: Will it change your rankings on desktop?
Rachel Hand — August 30, 2018 Follow @GroMarketingLtd— August 30, 2018 Mobile device browsing surpassed desktop several years ago and has only risen, making the gap larger and larger. Google has released that the mobile version of content will be prioritized over desktop for indexing and ranking. Therefore, any sites that are not optimized for … Continue reading Mobile First Google Indexing
By Stephen Moyers June 25th, 2018 A study from 2017 revealed 57 percent of all online traffic now comes from mobile devices. In response to the significant shift, Google announced it would develop Mobile First Indexing. The index makes mobile content the first thing Google will search when ranking websites, even if the user is … Continue reading Is Your Site Optimized for Google’s Mobile First Indexing?
Chris Reid — May 5, 2018 — May 5, 2018 Over the past year, Google has been referring to their shift to a mobile-first index. According to many experts, it’s one of the most significant changes to Google search results for quite some time. In this post, we’ll look at what the update means, how … Continue reading Mobile-First Indexing: What Google’s Latest Algorithm Update Means For Your Content Marketing
Kyle Rovinski — January 25, 2018 — January 25, 2018 ar130405 / Pixabay There’s not much time to waste, so we’ll cut right to the chase here and ask you a couple vital questions. Is your site mobile friendly? Is it responsive? Is it conversion rate optimized? Perhaps the most important question of all – … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Mobile-First Indexing
Search Marketers Not Ready For Mobile-First Indexing by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, August 24, 2017 As Google moves closer to pushing out its index based on mobile searches rather than desktop, it’s not clear whether marketers are keeping up with the pace of change. During this week’s Google webmasters hangout, John Mueller of Google did not … Continue reading Search Marketers Not Ready For Mobile-First Indexing
Kasia Perzyńska — January 23, 2017 — January 23, 2017 The mobile era has already started. A tremendous revolution took place in 2015 along with the loud Mobilegeddon. It was then that Google introduced the mobile-friendly update and actually started to consider mobile an important factor in its search algorithms. Today, we will speak about … Continue reading Mobile First Indexing: The New Direction of Google Search
by Laurie Sullivan@lauriesullivan, December 27, 2016 As Google moves forward into mobile-first indexing, initially the algorithm will not take mobile Web site speed into consideration as it does for desktop, says John Mueller, a Google Webmaster Trends analyst based in Switzerland. “I don’t think we can do that from the beginning,” Mueller revealed Tuesday during … Continue reading Google Mobile-First Indexing Ranking May Not Initially Consider Site Speed
On Yavin — November 7, 2016 Follow @on_yavin— November 7, 2016 Google has just made a major announcement that is likely to shake up the SEO world. According to a post on the Webmaster Central Blog, Google will begin testing mobile-first indexing, a new method to rank pages based on the mobile version of a … Continue reading Google Takes A Stab At Mobile-First Indexing