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  1. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Cutts was pretty clear that with the significant increase in mobile traffic, not having a mobile-friendly site will seriously impact the amount of mobile traffic Google will send you. If your site is slow on mobile phones, Google is less likely to...

  2. 7 Ways to Make Your Google Search Result Stand Out

    Inline annotations aren't currently supported in mobile browsers. Because people trust their friends' recommendations, personalized annotations display who have already +1'd a webpage or blog post. Getting listed on the first page of Google is an...

  3. Google Catalogs Annotations: How to Enrich the Consumer Experience & Track Results

    Q: Where does a publisher who is considering the Google Catalog platform look to find out how many unique visits the Google Catalogs page is getting on desktops every month and/or how many mobile devices are accessing the Google Catalogs...

  4. 72% of Consumers Want Mobile-Friendly Sites: Google Research

    More information on the What Users Want Most From Mobile Sites Today report is available on the Google Mobile Ads blog. A recent Google survey of mobile users found that 72 percent of mobile users say it’s important to them that websites are mobile...

  5. PRWEb and PitchEngine: SEO Smart/SMO Sexy Newsmakers

    Much like paid distribution press release services, PitchEngine’s free version publishes to search engines, social media news sites, mobile/tablet users and offers an email sharing feature. In a blog post from B2B Webbiquity’s Which PR Service is...

  6. Social Good in SEO: Conductor Foundation SEO Grant for 2013 Open

    The support is well worth it for non-profits, she said, noting that, “.if we invest in mobile-friendly, optimized changes, we’ve found that the payoff is exponential. For more information or if you have questions, see Conductor's blog post on the...

  7. Google Tests Smartphone Icon in Search Results to Identify Mobile Content

    The Google Mobile Ads team is involved, of course; they wrote on the GoMo blog that 61 percent of users are unlikely to return to a website that isn’t optimized for mobile browsing. Google is testing a smartphone icon on search results that link to...

  8. Mobile Search iPhone Dance-Off: Google vs. Bing vs. Yahoo vs. Wolfram|Alpha

    Recently, PCWorld had a mobile search face off between the search apps on Android, so it’s only fitting that the iPhone follows behind with one too – taking a look at features like multitasking, copy paste, voice search, making consistent phone...