Having a mobile friendly website just became a very important issue. Google has made changes to how they rank a website on the mobile search results. With this change mobile ranking factors will not only label your site as mobile-friendly, but will also use that to determine if your site should rank higher in the search results.
This algorithmic change will have a “significant impact” in the mobile search results, impacting all languages worldwide.
This change will affect mobile searches (defined as searches on a mobile device) in all languages
worldwide and is expected to impact search results.
Google recommends the following configuration for mobile friendly sites:
1. Sites that use responsive web design. (This is Google’s recommended configuration.)
2. Sites that dynamically serve all devices on the same set of URLs, but each URL serves different HTML (and CSS) depending on whether the user agent is a desktop or a mobile device.
3. Sites that have a separate mobile and desktop sites
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