Google Sending Warnings To Non-Mobile Friendly Web Sites
Google started to sending notifications to Non-Mobile Friendly Web Sites. This to me is a sure sign that Google is testing a new mobile ranking algorithm and soon will roll out globally, which was announced in November 2014.
We did not receive any warning yet related to mobile site issues but as reported in SearchEngineLand notifications have the subject “fix mobile usability issues found on…” These notifications sent by The Google Webmaster tool and via email to Non-Mobile Friendly Web Sites. It’s clear that Google reminds and issuing a warning to webmasters their web pages would not rank well in mobile search without fixing the issues.
Here is a snapshot of message sending by Google:
What Should You Do?
If you want to make sure that your page meets the mobile-friendly criteria:
- Check your pages with the Mobile-Friendly Test
- Read our updated documentation on our Webmasters Mobile Guide on how to create and improve your mobile site
- See the Mobile usability report in Google Webmaster Tools, which highlights major mobile usability issues across your entire site, not just one page
- Check our how-to guide for third-party software like WordPress or Joomla, in order to migrate your website hosted on a CMS (Content Management System) to use a mobile-friendly template
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