Use our 5 helpful steps and discover how you can design your website for Google’s mobile first index! Get all important information here!
It is official, Google is testing a mobile first index and today we are going to share with you a few tips on how you can start designing your website for Google. This new index will look at the mobile version of the website first and then on the desktop version (when there is no mobile version available). According to experts, Google has been slowly but surely moving toward this new trend for quality some time now.
So, if you haven’t joined the mobile revolution until now, this is the ideal time to do it. The mobile revolution expands daily and we can definitely say that it now dominates. That is the reason why Google and other search engines are focusing on mobile.
Here are 5 steps that can help you develop your website for Google’s mobile first index:
- Speed – Nowadays, mobile users have bigger expectations – they expect the sites and web pages to load faster. Ensuring that your website loads fast is crucial to rank higher on mobile. There are the few things that you have to consider when optimizing your website: optimize images, decrease redirects, reduce code, and leverage browser caching.
- Mobile Design – According to the professionals, responsive design is the best approach, regardless of the process. Here are a few recommendations that that can help you optimize your mobile site design: get rid of pop-ups, never use Flash, and design for “the user’s finger”.
- On-Page Optimization – You need to keep in mind the importance of keeping your descriptions and titles clear and concise. This can help the GoogleBot spot your page faster and present the user who you are exactly.
- Local Optimization – Besides, on-page optimization, you need to take care of your local optimization as well. Here are a few things you need to implement in order to improve the mobile visibility – city and stage in the little tag, in H1 heading, in the URL, and in alt tags.
Now is the time to take an action! Implement these steps!
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