Holding out on a Mobile Responsive Website?

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“When it comes to search on mobile devices, users should get the most relevant and timely results, no matter if the information lives on mobile-friendly web pages or apps, said Google in a recent blog post. As more people use mobile devices to access the internet, our algorithms have to adapt to these usage patterns.”

What Google’s Algorithm Change Means for Holdouts on Mobile Responsive Websites

We highly recommend that anyone who is marketing online should have a mobile responsive website or blog. Preferably a blog. Why? It is the preferred content management tool is use today. A blog isa easily managed and essential to your overall content and social marketing strategy.

Its time to get responsive

Currently there is an exponential growth in the demand for mobile friendly content and Google new algorithms will reflect that change. What that means is if you do not upgrade your blog to a mobile responsive design or template, you will face search engine anonymity in the rankings. So it is time to bite the bullet and get responsive today. Your mobile readers will thank you profusely and may just share your content.

What Google’s Algorithm Change Means for Holdouts on Mobile Responsive Websites


“The continuing growth of mobile marketing and the growing ubiquitous use of mobile devices paired with the unique delivery of the news by the search engine giant, is a strong indication that mobile responsiveness is not only going to affect ranking results on mobiles but also will affect desktop results,” the Dallas-based firm recently said publicly.

Rodney Brooke with SEO 1 Medical believes that “once more this will definitely change the search engine landscape and will be a major upset for those websites who have not incorporated responsive design to their code.”

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