The importance of mobile users is not going to be going away anytime soon – in-fact there is a greater focus on these users now than there has ever been. People are using their mobile devices while on their way to work, while standing in traffic, while walking – heck almost all the time. They are searching for new places ...
Google has been strongly pushing all webmasters to have mobile-friendly websites. The first major push happened back in April of 2015 when Google officially made mobile friendliness an SEO ranking signal. Now Google has announced that starting May of 2016 they will start rolling out another mobile ranking signal in an effort to help mobile users find better, more relevant, ...
Facebook Pages are accessed by billions of people every single month, with over a billion of those using their mobile devices. So it comes as no surprise that Facebook has launched several new features for Facebook Pages specifically targeted towards improving the user experience for mobile users. This starts with more prominent call to action buttons which, on mobile, now ...
The W3C has brought us a slew of awesome webmaster tools which many of us have used forever now. There was the HTML Validator, RSS Validator, CSS Validator, a Broken Link Checker, and now the W3C have added a new tool to their suite: the Mobile Checker. The W3C Mobile Checker scans your website and checks for the usage ...
Following in the footsteps of Google who recently implemented their own mobile-friendly algorithm, Bing announced that they too will add mobile friendliness as a ranking signal. If you remember Bing started showcasing mobile friendly badges in their search results a little while back – and according to yesterday’s post that was the start. Now Bing makes it very clear that ...
Google rolled out the newest search engine algorithm change this week and we’ve been bombarded with sky-is-falling cries that only mobile-targeted responsive sites will survive and the rest of the web will be lost to the tenth page of search results. Google reps even claimed that PPC advertising costs would rise for non mobile-friendly sites. Don’t worry, the algorithm has been unleashed ...
Google’s mobile friendly algorithm officially began it’s roll out on April 22nd, and according to Barry Schwartz (@rustybrick) that algorithm is now fully rolled out. @methode is the Google Mobile algorithm fully rolled out? Not everyone is seeing the impact yet… — Barry Schwartz (@rustybrick) May 1, 2015 However this doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be seeing much change yet. See, ...
It seems Bing has decided to follow along with Google and introduce mobile-friendly badges on mobile search results to help users identify whether or not the link they’re about to click is optimized for their device. The news was first spotted by nomis5 in the WebmasterWorld forums – and since then numerous people have reported seeing the same badging, including myself: Bing themselves ...
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Right now having a mobile friendly version of your business website is key in many markets. The thing is that a mobile app can get extremely costly, and as such many smaller businesses simply cannot justify the cost of one. However there is an alternative that I recently came across. While working on the mobile version of the ONEighty website, ...
Using Dudamobile’s Hire a Pro service, you can hire someone to quickly build a mobile website for your business that will help your customers find you easily, convert leads into sales and create a great mobile experience. As a business owner you may not have the time to design a site that meets your expectations, so focus on your business and ...
More people own cellphones than passports now; a large number of internet users are using their mobile devices to access the internet. Therefore, it is vital that your website be usable for these consumers. With the GoMo Meter by Google, you can test your website’s usability on mobile devices. This tool shows you how your current site looks on a smartphone, and provides ...
More than ever, people get their email on their mobile device. For email marketers, this has game changing implications for how your messages are delivered and received. Not only is mobile marketing on the rise, every day brings new developments in technology and user behavior. Smartphones and other mobile devices should always be included in planning your email marketing campaigns ...
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Seemingly following in the footsteps of Google who has launched their own mobile website builder, Wix has done the same. Wix websites used to be the worst when it comes to the mobile web. The problem is that Apple does not support Flash on the iPhone and/or iPad due to some questionable policy. However we can now see a (small) light ...
A little while ago I spoke about the launch of Google’s Mobile Site Builder – an extremely easy to use tool to quickly and easily develop mobile websites for your small business. Rajiv Bammi, Software Engineer at Google, posted on the Google Apps blog sharing a few updates that have been made to their mobile site builder. For starters all images ...
Google has just launched an extension to their Google Sites service called Mobile Templates – a free mobile website building tool featuring pre-built templates for restaurants, local businesses, lead generation, eCommerce and one called “Social,” which lets your customers engage with your business on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social services. Ofcourse there is a “custom” option allowing you to really get ...
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