How Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Change Will Drastically Affect Your Website’s Traffic

How Google’s Algorithm Change Will Drastically Affect Your Website’s Traffic 

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Did you know that 67 percent of fortune 100 companies are not mobile friendly and that 61 percent of total web traffic comes from mobile devices.
[separator type=’transparent’ color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] Google is changing its mobile search algorithm, and because of this, mobile friendly websites will rise to the top of mobile searches after April 21 2015. This change will give top priority to websites that Google deems “mobile friendly”. Although, this change only affects searches on mobile devices – for now. However, if your website or blog is not #mobilefriendly, this update could cause you to lose one-third of your site’s traffic, depending on your audience.
[separator type=’transparent’ color=” thickness=” up=’5′ down=’5′] Here are some frequently asked questions that can help you.

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How can I check if my site is mobile-friendly?
You can check your site by testing your pages with the Mobile-Friendly Test tool. This tool shows how Google Search sees your pages. To get a list of mobile usability issues across your sites, log in to your Webmaster Tools account and use the Mobile Usability Report.
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How can I make my site mobile-friendly?
Get started with the guide to mobile-friendly sites to build your mobile-friendly site. If you need more customized advice for publishers, you can check out the AdSense Multi-Screen Starter Guide.
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My website is already mobile-friendly. Do I need to take any action?
If you already have a mobile-friendly site:
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Go mobile today to provide your visitors a good user experience and to make most of your mobile traffic.