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  1. Recover From Panda? Follow These 5 Steps to Avoid Future Panda Hits

    For example, if 50 percent of your Google organic traffic is from smartphone users, then that’s 50 percent of the data Google is going to measure when it comes to Panda. Yes, that means using multiple mobile devices to test the top landing pages...

  2. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    And if it scares you, then think about what it does to a Panda with a smartphone. If you have been hit by Panda and you’ve been focused on analyzing your site via desktop only, then you might feel like eating your smartphone now.

  3. Google Informs Webmasters of Faulty Redirects for Mobile Users

    This is what happens, for example, when a desktop site redirects smartphone users to the mobile site’s home page, no matter what URL within the site they are trying to access. Check out Webmaster Tools — we’ll send you a message if we detect that...

  4. New Google Mobile Alert: Websites Using Flash May Not Work on Your Device

    Additionally, adults in the United States spend an average of 34 hours per month on the Internet on a smartphone and only 27 hours on a desktop. Here's a scenario for you. You're watching television and see the most hilarious commercial about a...

  5. Mobile Now Exceeds PC: The Biggest Shift Since the Internet Began

    Mobile is preferred over the PC for executives conducting research during and after office hours, according to the IDG Global Mobile Survey 2014.percent of executives own a smartphone used for business.percent of executives use their smartphone to...

  6. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    Will our local pages be optimized with touch-screen capabilities for tablet and smartphone users? Choosing a local search automation vendor can be a complicated and intimidating decision for companies with hundreds or thousands of brick-and-mortar...

  7. Mobile Implementation Errors Cost Sites 68% of Organic Smartphone Traffic [Study]

    Even if you've decided to "go mobile," you may be losing an average of 68 percent of smartphone traffic. Data from BrightEdge's Data Cube shows that for a given keyword, on average, a website's rank for smartphone users varies only slightly based...