Category Archives: The Mobile Web

By Kristi Hines 4 Comments

What Google AMP and Facebook Instant Articles Mean for Mobile Website Optimization

As a website owner, you may have heard of Google AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) and Facebook Instant Article, but think it is something that only applies to major media outlets like Forbes, Mashable, celebrity gossip sites, and news providers. But that is far from the truth. Thanks to both Google AMP and Facebook Instant Articles,…

By Boot Bullwinkle 2 Comments

Words From the Web: Statistics from Mobilegeddon, SEO Strategies, and the Perennial Design Trend

And our series continues! As part of a Duda’s “Words From the Web” series, I’ve cultivated a few of the most relevant and important articles that you may have missed from the past week from across the responsive web design blogosphere. This week we take a look at web design trends, SEO practices and some…

By Stephen Alemar 23 Comments

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.

By Boot Bullwinkle 2 Comments

Google Implements “Mobile-Friendly” Label to Search Results

Recently, Google made an announcement that changes the game for search engine optimization. The largest search engine in the world announced that mobile users will now see a “mobile-friendly” label next to websites on search results pages that meet their requirements for a mobile site. This change means that websites that meet Google’s benchmarks for…