Google has been rolling out the anticipated pre-announced algorithm algorithm changes starting in the US and moving across the globe. Google is boosting the rankings of mobile-friendly web pages on mobile search results. They are trying to give their mobile search users a better mobile experience with the results they are delivering. This has no
Since Google has announced a firm date of April 21st that it will start giving preferential treatment to mobile-friendly websites in their mobile search results, many people have been scrambling to make their websites easier to use on mobile devices. Differences Between Mobile-Friendly and Responsive Mobile is just the tip of the iceberg when it
When Google Webmaster blog recommends changes to your website, this is normally a big hint that recommendation will be included in future algorithm changes. When they announce the actual date the "ranking signal" or algorithm will go into affect, you better believe they mean business. Google announced last week they will be making mobile-friendly websites more visible
The official Google Webmaster Central blog just announced they are labeling mobile-friendly websites in their mobile search results. Not only is Google trying to make the search experience better for their visitors by delivering websites viewable on their smartphones/mobile devices, this means your website better be mobile-friendly if you expect to be seen in mobile
I found a great article form Greg Sterling which gives us some great data about the mobile search usage and conversions. He says roughly 61 percent of mobile users who call convert to sales. The article offers some great details. Here are some quick info graphics I thought were very interesting for you local businesses:
Quantifying the Impending iOS 6 Maps Backlash Apple’s new Maps app is the very first item on their list of major new features in iOS 6, but for many iPhone and iPad users around the world those new maps are going to be a major disappointment. In iOS 6, Apple no longer uses Google’s traffic, transit,
This is an excellent article I found recently on the ways various Internet devices are used. It should give you more insight on how people use these devices to search the Web. With mobile becoming so important in your search campaigns, these are important statistics to keep in mind when determining your target market.