Tag Archives: MobileFirst

Mobile-First Indexing: What Google’s Latest Algorithm Update Means For Your Content Marketing

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

Google Starts Rolling Out Mobile-First Search Index

Google Starts Rolling Out Mobile-First Search Index by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, March 26, 2018 Google on Monday announced the company has begun to notify more websites of the migration to mobile-first indexing, which means the search giant will predominantly rely on the mobile version of the content for indexing and ranking in search query results. … Continue reading Google Starts Rolling Out Mobile-First Search Index

Mobile-First, Adaptive, or Responsive Design: Which to Choose for the Website so Customers Want to Buy Your Product or Service

Hassan Bawab — September 8, 2017 Follow @hassanbawab — September 8, 2017 TeroVesalainen / Pixabay What is Adaptive Design? Adaptive web design adapts to the browser environment, and may or may not take into account the browser’s size. I bet customers think that the mobile web is the new black as they find themselves spending … Continue reading Mobile-First, Adaptive, or Responsive Design: Which to Choose for the Website so Customers Want to Buy Your Product or Service

Search Marketers Not Ready For 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