Category Archives: Why Mobile Matters

Mobilegeddon 2.0 Update
By Stephen Alemar 1 Comment

“Play It Again, Google” — Mobilegeddon 2 Is Happening [Webinar Replay]

Last year, the good people over at Google decided that, for the first time, mobile-friendliness was going to become a ranking signal in their mobile search algorithm. Basically, this meant sites that were optimized for mobile devices would be favored in search results over sites that were not. This shift in approach was deemed Mobilegeddon,…
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A Guide to Google’s Mobile-Friendly SEO Changes and What They Mean to You

By now, you’ve probably heard the big news regarding mobile search and Google. At the end of February, Google announced they would be altering mobile search results to rank mobile-friendly sites significantly higher. Consequently, this means websites that are not mobile-friendly will see a severe negative impact on their site ranking and organic traffic.

DudaMobile CEO Itai Sadan
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Duda CEO Muses On Mobile

In a contributed article on Mobile Entertainment, Itai Sadan, DudaMobile co-founder and CEO, talks about how big companies like Amazon and eBay led the mobile web charge years ago and why smaller businesses now need to catch up. Read the full article on Why Local Businesses Must Go Mobile right here. In the article, Itai writes…
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TechCrunch says...
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TechCrunch Says: Mobile Ads Work!

TechCrunch just reported how tablet and smartphone users are more engaged with mobile ads. Their proof? By flipping through the 70 page report released by the Interactive Advertising Bureau, TechCrunch writer Ingrid Lunden was able to drill down three main reasons why mobile ads perform so well. Check out the three highlights from the article, The…
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1&1 Internet Study: Faulty Websites Turn Off Customers
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5 Reasons Your Website Sucks

Step into your consumer mindset for a moment. You’re online and you visit XYZ’s company website. Why? You need information. You want to buy something. Or maybe you’ve never heard of them and want to figure out what they do. Who knows. When you get to their website, it’s not working right for various reasons….
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