Mobile Ready Check is about confirming where your website stands versus MobileGeddon, which is as bad as it sounds. April 2017 Google announced the penalization of websites from Google Search when searching from a device if your website is not mobile ready.
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Test your website using the Mobile Ready Check
Mobile Phone / Tablet: If you have to swipe left to right or pinch the screen to view the text because it goes wider than the device you are using than your website is NOT Mobile Ready.
Why Is A Mobile Ready Check Important?
Up to 85% of internet users search online using their phone or tablet. Thinking your website is fine without understanding how Google wants users to have the best experience will cost you customers, brand equity, goodwill and profits.
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If you passed the Mobile Ready Check you are one step ahead of Google. Now you want to know where you stand for the next review, go to our Mobile Website Review complete with How To Fix Your Website.
If you DID NOT PASS the Mobile Ready Check, we can assist you by getting you out of (Google’s) Harm’s Way. But you knew that already.
Why Mobile Ready Check To Gauge MobileGeddon Risk
To confirm you are on the path to giving your users the best experience. Google’s job is the user continuing to use Google. No where, no how, not ever has Google ever said they want your website to be successful. Few really are because it takes lots of time, energy, focus and goals, most of which your average company refuses to admit is needed. Google rewards or Google punishes. Your website is the result of Google Reasoning.
Info Is Listed On The Organic Listings Now
Yes, for some searches. Google is like Wal-Mart, who takes the most profitable and successful products from each industry and puts them all under one roof. Google is taking the most searched information and giving it to you in a results box as the first, or under a Google Ad box, result. The step Google took away for the user was having to click on a bad website to search for information Google can put right there front and center.
Good for Google. Good for the end user. Bad for your website.