As of April 2015 many of you may have received a message from Google directly or via your daily SEO spam company that Google's search engine has changed their algorithm, which effects who is on top for mobile search results. From Google: Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal. This change will affect mobile searches in all languages worldwide and will have a significant impact in our search results.
This is a dead serious change because Google have warned the on-line community for almost a year of the changes, so we have been notifying customers ever since of the options and solutions to assist with this change. What's the change exactly? To put it in simple terms, if your website is not multi-device friendly then your Google search ranking will drop significantly when people search via a mobile device (phone only). If you wish to know what multi-device friendly sites are visit one of our past articles at:
If your website is still not mobile friendly (normally anything that is 4+ years old) and Google mobile search results are one of your main sources of attaining customers/clients then we urge you to act in updating or revamping your website.