Does your mobile search engine ranking matter? You better believe it does. New research from seoClarity shows that the #1 ranked mobile link gets 3x more clicks than the #2 link, and the numbers drop dramatically from there.
Couple this with the fact that Google is not going to let your un-optimized mobile site hide in the shadows any longer. The search giant is presumed to soon treat mobile user experience as a signal and is also once again testing a new icon that makes clear to the world whether your site is smartphone-friendly (or not, if that’s the case). Bottom line: You need useful tools to help you get ready for mobile changes ahead.
Last week, we unveiled a revamped version of our Mobile SEO Page Analyzer tool. Think of it as a friend who can tell you what Google thinks of your mobile presence. Free to use, simply enter a URL to see whether the page is maximizing its mobile SEO signals – with helpful tips about what to fix to realize mobile ranking potential.
Mobile SEO Page Analyzer works on dedicated mobile sites, responsive sites, and even dynamically served mobile content. And, unlike classic page weight tools like Pingdom, MPA gives you critical information like the page weight of dynamically modified mobile page content.
One free tool with capabilities to help you optimize the key signals Google expects of your mobile presence – whether you use a dedicated mobile site, dynamically served mobile content, or responsive design:
These enhancements were specifically designed to make it easier for marketers to identify their mobile SEO issues. We recognize that not all mobile sites are created equal and mobile optimization can be complicated. Each mobile site type has its own unique mobile SEO challenges:
Mobile SEO Page Analyzer saves you time and hassle by taking into account all of the complex requirements presented by varying mobile configurations.
The tool is free to use, so give it a try and start protecting your mobile rankings today!
It would be useful if the tool analyze implementation of switchboard tags for m(dot) domains..