Did you know that Google uses the mobile version of the site to determine its rankings?
If you don’t have a mobile site or a responsive design you are losing the battle with SEO.
A site is mobile-friendly when it:
Since our world is increasingly mobile-oriented, it has become imperative that your site is mobile-friendly. If your site is not, or not properly, available for mobile users, you are going to miss out on a decent ranking in the search engines and then that means you will miss income.
If you don’t want to see a decrease in mobile search traffic, you will need to make sure your website is mobile friendly. A responsive website is the best way to go. It adjusts for the size screen it is viewed with.
To improve your mobile SEO, consider these things:
Still think a mobile website isn’t important? Check out this statistic. According to Google, 61% of users are unlikely to return to a mobile site they had trouble accessing and 40% visit a competitor’s site instead. (MicKinsey & Company)
Can you afford to take that big of a chance?
Improve your mobile site and you will improve your SEO rankings.
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