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Mobile Friendly = Google Friendly

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The website above on the left is responsive, and fully readable on mobile devices. The one on the right, well see for yourself!

Google is now sending out messages from webmaster tools informing website owners when there site is not mobile friendly.

“Google systems have tested 153 pages from your site and found that 100% of them have critical mobile usability errors. The errors on these 153 pages severely affect how mobile users are able to experience your website. These pages will not be seen as mobile-friendly by Google Search, and will therefore be displayed and ranked appropriately for smartphone users.”

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Google’s ‘Mobile Friendly Label’ is important for your website

As of November 19 2014 Google has introduced a ‘Mobile Friendly’ label in it’s search results when searching on a Mobile Devices. I personally have seen this label when searching on my Smartphone, but not on my Tablet.

So what does that mean for your website?
Google will display the label ‘Mobile Friendly’ on sites it deems to fit it’s Mobile criteria. Some elements include sites that avoid the use of Flash, that auto scale text and images for Mobile and that have well spaced links for smaller screens.

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Responsive Web Design and SEO

I first mentioned the importance of responsive design in my blog post Is responsive website design important? dated 3 September 2013.

In July of this year Google stated the following on it’s Official Google Webmaster Blog

Starting today in our English search results in the US, we will indicate to searchers when our algorithms detect pages that may not work on their devices.Google Webmaster Central Blog

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Reasons to invest in your website in 2014

On 12, Feb 2014 | In Blog, Web Design, Web Design in Cumbria | By stephen little

If you’re unsure about investing in your website in the next few months, below are a few reasons why you should seriously consider it…

Your competition has a website.

If your competition has a website and you don’t, you’re losing a lot of potential customers to them. On the other hand if they don’t have a website and you do it makes you more accessible. But just having a site is’nt enough, you need a quality site that works well, is easy to navigate and can be found on the search engine  listings. You need to stand out from the crowd.

make your website stand out from the crowd

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