While most SMBs know that mobile responsive sites boost Google rankings, many don't know that pain points in mobile search could be costing both clicks and rank.
The Search Agency (TSA) analyzed how top restaurants and catering businesses fared against its mobile SEO criteria in its latest "mobile experience scorecard" report.
Reports this week show webmasters are starting to see notifications from Google when faulty redirects are detected.
Google added user experience rules to its PageSpeed Insights tool, which helps site owners create a better mobile experience for website visitors. The tool was updated to a mobile-friendly design and documents were translated into more languages.
The Search Agency today released a new mobile scorecard report, which looked at the Top 100 Web-only retail sites to see how well they fared against key elements in a mobile user's experience. The average score was about 2.8 out of 5.
The recent discovery that Google is testing restaurant menus in its "card" results sparked discussion about where Google likes to get its data and how websites can continue to help the search engine better understand their information.
Your customers are using mobile devices. If you're paying to send customers to your site using PPC, a poor mobile experience will cost you. Now is the time to get your site ready for mobile prime time and harness the true power of mobile PPC.
There are fewer SEO drawbacks when using responsive design versus a lightweight mobile version, but a mobile site can work just as well as responsive design, as long as you avoid dividing your PageRank and duplicate content issues.
The Search Agency is keeping score on Fortune 100 companies and their mobile experience. What they found were less-than-perfect scores among the biggest brands in the United States. Coca-Cola and FedEx received the highest scores.
Planning a website redesign can be an extremely exciting process. While having a great looking website is awesome, technical SEO, content, and functionality can't be an afterthought. Here are some key considerations to avoid a redesign disaster.