Is your website mobile responsive?
If not, you should read my latest article I wrote for BlogHer, where I discuss mobile response and Google’s April 21st algorithm change, and how it will affect your placement in Google organic search results.
Just in case you are short on time, here is a little snippet:
If you are worried about your SEO — and you should be — you should be worried about building a responsive site. This is especially true considering the recently announced Google algorithm change, which is set for April 21, 2015.
After this date, every page of your site will be run through a mobile-friendliness test. Pages that don’t pass will loose visibility on organic searches.
It’s important to remember that Google does not consider a separate mobile site or the use of a plugin to be responsive. Don’t confuse Google by having two different websites with different URL’s, and different coding. Make it easy for Google to crawl and index your site, and you will be rewarded.
If you are confused about how Google defines mobile friendliness and how responsive design is beneficial for SEO, this is what Google has to say about responsive design.
Test Your Site
There is a cool little responsive design tester you can use to test your site, or you can log into Google Webmaster Tools to test all of the pages on your site.
Do you want to chat about your site design?
I’m offering special rates for mobile response conversions, and I only have a few spots available before the April 21st change, so contact me today!
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