Google Mobile-Friendly Test

By: Lori Gama Monday April 20, 2015 0 comments

Most people who are busy running their companies probably haven't heard about Google's so-called "Mobilegedden": an algorithm that Google is implementing April 21st that will result in showing ONLY mobile-friendly websites in its mobile search. 

What does this mean?
It means that if you don't have a mobile-friendly website, your company won't show up in mobile searches done by keyword search or searched with the URL/domain name. Period.

Why is Google doing this?
Google simply wants to show valuable search results when you search for information. Google does NOT classify non-mobile-friendly sites as being valuable because they are difficult to use on a mobile device. 

How do you know if your website is mobile-friendly or not?

Use this Google Mobile-Friendly Test to test your website now.

If your website is not mobile-friendly, contact me or call me (970-378-7822) so we can turn your website into a mobile-friendly website and also improve its SEO if you need help with Search Engine Optimization.

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Lori Gama

About the Author: Lori Gama

Lori Gama is The Online Visibility Expert and founder of DaGama Web Studio, a Digital Marketing firm she started in 1995. She works with B-2-B to create visibility, credibility and profitability by leveraging web design,content strategy, social media, SEO and other digital marketing. She is a Digital Marketing pioneer and once again is innovating by becoming one of the first in Colorado to use Drones to capture another dimension of the stories her clients are sharing. Contact Lori for your next project if you want outstanding results: 970-378-7822.

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