How to Handle the Google Mobile Friendly Update

Make sure your site is mobile friendly. A change went into effect April 21st 2015 . You are losing search ranking, and of course customers visiting your site with a mobile device are having a bad experience.

First, check if you site is already mobile friendly. There are three ways to check. You can simply look at your website on your Smartphone. You’ll see whether your customers are having a mobile-friendly experience or not. Only thing with this is you’ll see the result based on your device.

Finally, what we do here at Managed Media and Marketing is to run through each page to see how it is rendering by inspecting in different devices using the Google Chrome browser. If you don’t want to do either of those two things, then you can always use the Official Google Mobile-Friendly-Test Tool. Click on the link. When you get to the page, type in your website and then click Analyze.

Google Mobile Friendly Test link provided by Matt Maginley Managed Media Services an Marketing

If you see Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly, then you are all good and 98% finished. The only thing I would mention is that if your mobile website is set up on a sub directory , for example m.yourwebsite.com , it won’t rank as well as a website that is responsive. If you see the red Not mobile-friendly, then call, text or email me and we can give you an estimate of what it will take to make your website mobile – friendly so your customers can see your business properly.

 

Matt Maginley (201) 289-2762 or maginleym@gmail.com

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Google Mobile Friendly Test Success by Matt Maginley Managed Media Services and Marketing
Google Mobile Friendly Test Success