Because more people are accessing the internet from their mobile devices now, Google’s algorithms are adapting to these usage patterns. On April 21st Google will begin giving priority in searches to mobile friendly websites. So, if your website isn’t mobile friendly you may be missing out on the best Google rankings.
Be sure to check out my more in-depth article on this over on LinkedIn.
To see if you website is mobile friendly, you can go to the Mobile-Friendly Test and enter your website (or some pages from your website) into it to check.
You also may want to read Google’s guide to mobile friendly websites.
If your site isn’t mobile friendly, now might be the time to start thinking about an update, refresh and redesign. Contact me for a free quote on getting your site up-to-date and ready for use across multiple devices, from desktop to laptop to tablet to phones.
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