Google has made it clear that a bad mobile user experience will result in poor rankings in their mobile search results. Here's how to establish your own mobile performance benchmarks when compared to desktop so you can identify and fix common issues.
Google has provided more examples of types of manipulative redirects they are cracking down on. This includes showing one page to desktop users but a completely different page to mobile users, and hacked sites redirecting users to other pages/sites.
If you serve country-specific content to end users, you won't be penalized as long as you make sure that what you serve to Googlebot is the same as what you would serve to a user from the same country that Googlebot is coming from.
If you've decided to go responsive or you're considering a responsive site redesign, there are some issues you'll need to look out for from an SEO standpoint. Don't let above the fold issues, content, internal links, or mobile specifics trip you up.
Buried deep within Google’s best practices documentation (for mobile), a potentially explosive burden lies dormant. One that can negatively affect page load speed, bounce rates, and potentially rankings. Discover the problem what you can do.
Implementing an optimized mobile site is becoming increasingly important for many publishers, as smartphones are becoming increasingly pervasive. Here’s how to think about Googlebot, Googlebot-Mobile and your mobile web site.
Last week Google announced that Googlebot-Mobile now crawls with a smartphone user-agent in addition to previous feature phone users-agents. The new crawler will optimize content displayed on smartphones where it is specifically made for smartphones.
In two years wireless customer growth has exceeded 20 percent. Did you know that the U.S. now has more wireless customer connections than people? Estimated to be 327.6 million active wireless connections in the U.S. compared to 312 million people.
Due to an infrastructure change, Google News is now using the Googlebot instead of a dedicated crawler to examine web content. While most elements remain the same, webmasters should be aware of some minor differences in indexing and crawling.
Okay so Google addressed the Instant Previews pageview count issues for their analytics. But now we have to ask how is this ... read more