Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you probably know that Google is now using mobile-friendliness as a significant ranking factor. Sites that aren’t properly optimized for mobile devices will achieve lower rankings in mobile search results; and given that mobile internet usage has now overtaken desktop usage, this is no small matter.
If you noticed a drop in your search rankings after Google’s April 21st update, you probably already clued in to the fact that your site isn’t properly optimized for mobile. However, if you’re still in the dark as to whether or not your site is mobile-friendly, this post will help. Here are 5 online tests you can use to determine the mobile-friendliness of your site.
If you're one of the 80% of websites still not designed for mobile devices, your search ranking may be suffering. KrissArt Marketing Design can turn your website into one that Google will no longer penalize. Give us a call at 347.850-0543 or click here for a quote.
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