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Mobile Readiness Resources

In preparation for Google's change in algorithm to more heavily favor mobile-ready websites in mobile search, we have curated this list of articles and resources.

Source: http://www.sitesell.com/blog/2015/04/google-mobile-readiness-resource-small-businesses-entrepreneurs.html

Mobile Readiness for Google; The What, When and How - The SiteSell Blog

Google has recently made some announcements that have caused shockwaves throughout the online landscape. Business and website owners who depend on traffic from Google are now scrambling to adhere to the new guidelines and ranking factors. In today's article, we're going to review what's been announced, when you need to have your site ready, and how you can actually accomplish that.

The State of Mobile User Experience

Summary: Our newest research on mobile usability shows an improvement in mobile UX. The responsive-design trend has inspired sites and apps to prioritize content over UI elements and include essential content and features on mobile. Our 3rd edition of the report with mobile UX guidelines made me reflect on how this field has changed in the past 7 years.

Everything You Need To Know About Google's New Stance On Mobile

There's no mistaking the fact that Google is driving the mobile revolution. Google is the world's largest mobile platform provider (Android). Google is the world's largest mobile search provider. Google has t he largest mobile app store. In other words, Google gets to make the calls on mobile.

Run For Your Life, Chicken Little -- The Google Mopocalypse Is Coming!

Lately, Google has started telegraphing its punches to webmasters. Among the more recent announcements is that, starting April 21, Google will be rolling out an algorithm change which will favor mobile-friendly sites. "So what?" you say. "My website looks fine on my iPhone when I pinch and zoom, right?" Sadly, wrong!

Google Mobile Algorithm: Expectations and Analysis

The news coming about the official implementation of Google mobile algorithm is creating great surge in the web design industry and will affect the search engine ranking of millions of sites already doing quite well. Google has announced that the new algorithm will officially release on April 21, 2015.

SEO: Q&A for Google's 'Mobile-friendly' Algorithm

Google's "mobile friendly" algorithm update, to be released on April 21, has understandably created a major shift in the way ecommerce sites think about their mobile search optimization strategies. Announced over a month ago, the "mobile friendly" algorithm update will have what Google calls a "significant impact" on mobile search results worldwide.

Is Your Website Ready for Mobilegeddon?

Mobilegeddon is nearing fast. Your website days are numbered if it is still not mobile-friendly. So it is high time to take some action. Make your site responsive before April 21 so that it remains unaffected by the upcoming mobile algorithm update of Google.

Google Update is Coming April 21: Is Your Site Mobile Ready?

Google will be launching an update to its mobile search algorithm on . The search engine giant has warned that sites that do not follow the mobile ready guidelines by Google will be affected by this update. This update will affect only the mobile search queries and not the desktop search queries.

Google Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Will Not Impact Tablet Searches

Believe it or not, there is still confusion around the upcoming mobile-friendly algorithm that Google is pushing live on April 21st. The algorithm will only impact searches done on smartphones - only. This does not impact desktop searches and it does not impact tablet searches. Want proof?

The Guide to Google's Mobile-Friendly Algorithm

Google is going to update their algorithm again, and if you're on the wrong side of the law you might lose a lot of traffic. Google recently came out with a good news, bad news announcement for small businesses who have a poor mobile experience on their websites.

9 Things You Need to Know About Google's Mobile-Friendly Update

Rumors are flying about Google's upcoming mobile-friendly update, and bits of reliable information have come from several sources. My colleague Emily Grossman and I wanted to cut through the noise and bring online marketers a clearer picture of what's in store later this month.

Infographic: Mobile SEO Tips To Help You Survive The Coming Google Mopocalypse

Call it mobilepocalyse, mobilegeddon, mobocalypse or mopocalypse, Google's big update on April 21 that will reward mobile-friendly pages is coming. If you're not mobile-friendly, you could find some ranking drops. How to prepare? The folks at Nine Hertz have created an infographic with lots of helpful mobile SEO advice.

Google's Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update: What Happens Next?

As some of you may have heard, Google will be changing their mobile search results algorithm. On April 21, 2015 Google will be using the "mobile-friendliness" of your website as a ranking signal. Here's Google's official announcement: "Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal.

FAQ: Impact of Mobile usability algorithm change on Google search after April 21

Google has been talking about "mobile friendly websites" for a while now. In last one year or so, most of the newly developed websites are developed as mobile friendly by default. A good number of existing websites were converted to mobile friendly templates in some or other manner.

Google Mobile SEO And Search Results Algorithm Changes On April 21 2015

Starting April 21 2015 Google will be launching a new algorithm for mobile search results. If your website is not mobile friendly your keyword rankings will not rank well on mobile search. Below is an image example of how we can help convert your website into a mobile friendly version.

What Google's Update Means for Mobile Optimized Websites

As brands continue to compete for web page rankings, new guidelines and expectations are on the way from the world's most popular search engine, Google. A new algorithm update is expected to be rolled out from Google on April 21, 2015. The update deals with how Google will rank mobile optimized websites, compared to those without a mobile focus.

5 Facts to Know about Google's Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update Coming April 21 (Pt. 1)

"Starting April 21, we [at Google] will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal," Google Webmaster Central has stated. This announcement of Google's mobile-friendly algorithm update is just the next step in what some are calling "Google's mobile revolution."

5 Facts to Know about Google's Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Update Coming April 21 (Pt. 2)

Continuing from Part 1 of this blog series, here, we will point out some more important facts you should be aware of regarding Google's impending mobile-friendly algorithm update.

2 Reasons Why the Mobile Friendly Label Might Not Show in the SERPs

If you are at all following the search industry news you have heard about the big Google mobile update coming on April 21 of this year, one that Google has said will have a larger impact on the search results than Panda or Penguin.

Q&A session for mobile-friendly ranking change - Google+

In this live Q&A session, we'll answer your questions about the upcoming mobile-friendly ranking change* (http://goo.gl/WEAZcX). Post your questions to the Q&A panel or in the comments below. Several questions have already been answered at http://youtu.be/vfSFcImNFX4 so be sure to watch this helpful presentation.

Tomorrow Is Mobilegeddon - Are You Ready For The Google Mobile Friendly Update?

Google's mobile friendly update is planned to start rolling out tomorrow, the day has been coined "Mobilegeddon" by the community, but Google calls the algorithm the Mobile Friendly update. We first learned of Google's intentions of releasing a new mobile friendly algorithm back in February, which is unprecedented for Google to pre-announce algorithmic changes, but Google did this to give webmasters ample time to make their web sites mobile friendly.

Mobile Design Meets User Experience - The SiteSell Blog

With so many articles published in the last few weeks about Google's April 21 2015 algorithm update, an important point may be overlooked as site owners focus on optimization to accommodate various device sizes... Mobile-ready is fundamentally about giving all users a terrific user experience regardless of their device.

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