Time to get a Mobile Website Check up!
Our high tech state of art the website platform that the majority of our customers utilise, is specifically built for each individual device. It is tailored to PC, Tablet and Mobile, with full SSL security protection delivering high google ranking for organic listings (SEO). Our website platform continues to develop the mobile component as it is imperative for Local SEO, Google Ads and even Facebook Ads.
Why is Google using a mobile-first index?
If you’re wondering why Google is switching to a mobile-first index, the answer is simple. Mobile is everything. That’s the short answer, anyway. The long answer is a little more involved.
For starters, the number of mobile users surpassed the number of desktop users a couple of years ago. If anything, Google is late to the game. In addition to that, Google says that there are more mobile searches than desktop searches. So it makes perfect sense that its bot should crawl pages as a mobile user.
What if you don’t have a mobile site?
If you don’t have a responsive website, you might be asking yourself: “What’s going to happen to my site?” You can rest easy. The Googlebot will crawl the desktop version of your site just fine, even though it’s using a mobile user agent. That means your site can still be indexed.
Free advice, though -- you should definitely switch over to a responsive template. In this day and age, anyone who’s serious about making a statement online needs a website that adapts to a mobile platform.
Mobile Search is
becoming more and more important full
Search Marketing Specialists Gold Coast Digital Marketing Agency
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