As the app and web economies compete for consumers, the technology that determines what consumers see on the first page of Google search results remains a key focus for app developers. Continuously improving a brand’s presence on the first page … Read More
Last week, Mobilegeddon erupted after Google rolled out a significant algorithm update impacting rankings on mobile devices, organic traffic, and app indexing. There’s no turning back, but now that the dust has settled, it’s time to start the cleanup process … Read More
I’ve been in SEO and search marketing long enough to say: I can’t remember a single industry event or algorithm update that achieved anywhere near the level of coverage Google’s “mobilegeddon” update just did today.
Sure, having commentators label … Read More
It’s official. Google is rolling out new mobile-friendly labels in its search listings. In other words: Mobile SEO is now a requirement for mobile commerce and anyone who hasn’t made an effort to get on Google’s mobile nice list may … Read More
Following Google’s lead – as it often does – Bing just announced changes to its mobile SEO crawler and processes which affects how sites are crawled, selected, indexed, and ranked. Outside of Barry Schwartz at Search Engine Land, the … Read More
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 … Read More
Today, Google rolled out a new sort of mobile SEO penalty that punishes companies that have mobile websites with irrelevant redirects. Google will start placing a “searcher beware” warning label on their listings. This is a new penalty specifically for … Read More
Based on impending changes to Google’s search algorithm for mobile, we assessed the top 100 Fortune 500 companies to see how those companies would fare if Google’s changes went into effect today. Today, we are sharing the results of … Read More
According to today’s post on Google’s Webmaster Central blog, the search giant is set to roll out algorithm changes that will result in higher rankings for sites that follow Google’s Mobile SEO recommendations, and lower rankings for sites that … Read More