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Google Alert hard! Sites not Mobile-Friendly

mobile compatibility - alok

April 21, 2015 Google launches new search algorithm “mobile friendly”!

Tough times for those who do not have a site optimization for Tablets & Smartphones.
From next month, Google will update the algorithm to prioritize the sites mobile-friendly with the goal of improving the user experience.

READ ▬ It’s OFFICIAL! April 21 Is The Death Of The Sites Not Responsive

Changes In The Algorithm Of Google

Google wants to improve the user experience when searching from a mobile device, it has made changes to its algorithm Google mobile friendly. What will happen from April 21, is that Google will improve the position of those web adapted to mobile devices, and even allow indexing applications through its new indexing App.

Your website is it suitable for mobile? Take the Test !!!. 

Google has changed their algorithm to adapt to new ways of doing their user searches. To get an idea of the impact it has mobile devices, only in India and in 2014 over 213 million Internet users were connected from their devices, this is a figure gathered by a survey conducted by the Internet and Mobile Association of India

Mobile Internet User's Report India - IAMAI

Image Courtesy : IAMAI

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Alok Raghuwanshi is an India-based SEO Professional, and author of an SEO and social media marketing blog. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.. Thanks and have an amazing day!

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