Google has released more details on their upcoming Mobile First indexing change that will see the search engine rank the mobile versions of webpages. Currently, Google indexes the desktop version of a page, but will serve the mobile version for those who search from a mobile device. Many webmasters had plenty of questions about this change, especially as it pertains to ranking and indexing websites that currently serve different versions of the same content to desktop versus mobile searchers.
Janet Driscoll Miller, column writer for MarketingLand.com shares the best tips for understanding and segmenting your online organic traffic.
Trond Lyngbo, column writer for SearchEngineLand.com, a website on all things SEO and Marketing related, writes how much SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and content marketing can enhance your business and web presence.
Responsive web design is all the rage these days. If you’re going to have a website, you better make it responsive. So, what exactly makes a web design responsive? Responsive web design is an approach to web design that adjusts to the user, from varying browser sizes to changes in device. It’s been around for a few years, but it’s finally taking off and having a huge affect on websites.
Erin Everhart, writer for SearchEngineWatch.com clearly lays out an effective way for businesses to prioritize their website SEO efforts.