Nowadays, as with trends and advancements in technology, the web industry is encouraging businesses to optimize their mobile website, or if you don’t have a mobile website – you need to create one! There are many businesses that rely on Google Algorithm to generate traffic to their sites. Many people browse with their phones and tablets to purchase products and services online and to research. Google stated that having a website accessible through mobile devices will make your business earn more sales. That’s about as simple as it gets! Stay ahead of the curve, ahead of your competition, and drive more sales!
What is Google Algorithm?
It’s the formula that is processed by the Google servers/computers to take the questions/searches from web users (prospect customers) and turn them into answers/search results. Mobile has been rapidly growing for the past 5 years, and has long since surpassed PC sales and usage. Many have been aware of the growth and rapid adaptation of Mobile/Tablet friendly websites without the announcement from Google. The revised formula, scheduled to be released Tuesday April 21st, 2015, will favor websites that Google defines as “mobile-friendly.” Websites that don’t fit the description will be demoted in Google’s search results on smartphones and tablets.
It’s probably the most significant change that Google Inc. has ever made to its mobile search rankings. Google’s mobile update has a greater impact than the Penguin or Panda update which took place a couple years ago. Google’s new algorithm update will affect all small businesses and will either result in their websites being demoted or promoted in the rankings. If you’re a small business owner – the choice is yours! We at Thought Media are upgrading many of our clients websites to be mobile friendly and responsive.
Small, medium, and large business must adopt mobile responsiveness to their website and accommodate this algorithm update to boost search rankings. Have a business? You can benefit from Google’s update and reach more visitors and potential customers.
Check Your Website Using Google’s Tools:
Test your website’s mobile compatibility. Test your website’s speed and optimization. Here’s a step by step guide from Google on how you can improve your website. Let us help you stay on top of Google updates and ahead of your competitors – Get a Free Mobile Website Quote Today!