• Winners and losers of Google’s latest mobile friendly update: USA

    … Last week, Google’s John Mueller confirmed on Twitter that Google’s latest, stronger Mobile Friendly Update has been fully rolled out. FYI The mobile changes mentioned here are now fully rolled out. — John Mueller (@JohnMu) May 12, 2016 This update is supposed to give an even more powerful boost to mobile-friendly…

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  • How do I make sure my site is mobile friendly? A checklist

    … a ‘mobile friendly’ label to distinguish websites that are adapted for mobile, making changes to the mobile search results page including user-friendly URLs and expanded sitelinks, and launching Accelerated Mobile Pages to provide an ultra-fast mobile experience. Now, with this latest update, Google has strengthened its mobile-friendly ranking signal…

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  • The convergence of SEO and UI goals for mobile users

    … One year after Google put an algorithmic premium on mobile experience, the so-called “Mobilegeddon,” Google is at it again. New tools are coming in late spring to help webmasters make their websites work better on mobile devices. Mobilegeddon was the consequence of businesses not making their websites easier to use on smartphones and other…

    Search Engine Watchin SEO- 9 readers -
  • The winners and losers of ‘mobilegeddon’ in the USA

    … and 266,587 keywords for mobile searches. Twitter manages to take this small difference of 1.5% in the top 100 keywords and turn it into an increase of 171% in visibility for mobile over desktop. Twitter ranks for 92% more top 10 keywords on mobile than on desktop-searches. Clearly partnering with Google and allowing its tweets to be indexed has led…

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  • 4 Ways You Can Use Google’s Search Analytics Report

    …) Generate better content. Finding new content ideas can be difficult, especially when you write for an industry where everything seems to have been covered already. The good news is that Search Analytics has just become much more helpful in this respect. While the old Webmaster Tools had features that helped marketers find new content ideas…

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  • 4 Reasons Your Content Isn’t Cut Out for Mobile

    … Published 1 min ago 23 At one time, websites were created with desktop and laptop computers in mind. But consumers increasingly use mobile devices to read email, search the Internet and read content, making it more important than ever that businesses give prudent thought to mobile content marketing. When content is consumed on small…

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  • Google’s Shifting SERPs Signal the End of Generic Results

    … and regardless of search query. Let’s take a look at five significant changes to Google search results pages in 2015 that you may have missed but will irreversibly change the search experience. 1. Mobilegeddon: Be Mobile-Friendly or Perish Okay, so it’s likely that you didn’t miss Mobilegeddon. Every industry news publication harped on it for weeks…

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  • Mobilegeddon 6 Months Later: Did the Sky Fall?

    … When Google pre-announced their algorithm update for mobile, search marketers and webmasters started scrambling to update their sties so they’d be mobile-friendly. With the significant increase in mobile usage for search and shopping, this was not a bad thing. But was the hype worth the borderline hysteria? Post-Mobilegeddon studies have shown…

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  • 3 Things You Need to Know About Google Search Analytics

    …, allowing them to try to correct for the discrepancy. It also lets publishers without mobile friendly sites know just how badly they are being hurt as a result of Google’s recent decision to give increased weight to mobile in its search rankings (also known as “mobilegeddon”). Ward says that by giving content marketers more filters to distill…

    Relevancein Paid Search SEO Google- 24 readers -
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