Tag Archives: SEO: Mobile Search

Mobile & desktop SEO: Different results, different content strategies

You can't simply make your site responsive and truly call it mobile-ready, argues contributor Jim Yu. To really adjust to the dramatic rise of mobile search, you need to understand how people are using these devices for finding things. The post Mobile & desktop SEO: Different results,...

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Proof that no ranking boost for responsive sites exists in 2017

There are many good reasons to recommend responsive design to a client or to your company, but achieving better search results isn't among them, argues columnist Bryson Meunier. The post Proof that no ranking boost for responsive sites exists in 2017 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Report: 57% of traffic now from smartphones and tablets

BrightEdge also reported that mobile vs. desktop queries produce different rankings nearly 80% of the time. The post Report: 57% of traffic now from smartphones and tablets appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Breaking news: When AMP goes through the roof

Columnist Barb Palser says many big news stories are now consumed primarily in AMP format. The post Breaking news: When AMP goes through the roof appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Designing content for the mobile-first index

Your mobile pages will soon become the default versions used in Google search rankings. How can you make sure they provide good content that's easy to read on a smaller screen? Columnist Patrick Stox has some ideas. The post Designing content for the mobile-first index appeared first on Search...

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What I learned from the Danny Sullivan/Gary Illyes keynote at SMX Advanced

Columnist Eric Enge breaks down the "AMA With Google Search" session at SMX Advanced, where Search Engine Land founding editor Danny Sullivan interviewed Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes from Google. The post What I learned from the Danny Sullivan/Gary Illyes keynote at SMX Advanced appeared...

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Consumers over bots: Why site crawlers don’t hold all the answers

Site crawlers are valuable tools in the SEO toolbox, but columnist David Freeman warns that search marketers should not use them as a replacement for manual analysis. The post Consumers over bots: Why site crawlers don’t hold all the answers appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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AMP for Advanced SEOs: SMX Advanced insights

Columnist Eric Enge summarizes a session from the recent SMX Advanced conference on Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). The post AMP for Advanced SEOs: SMX Advanced insights appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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7 most important SEO focus areas for colleges and universities

For marketers in the education vertical, columnist Janet Driscoll Miller provides some helpful tips to get your site optimized in time for admissions season. The post 7 most important SEO focus areas for colleges and universities appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Voice search and SEO: Why B2B marketers need to pay attention now

Voice search is being adopted for a variety of purposes, and columnist Nate Dame makes the case that its influence on B2B decision-makers is growing as well. B2B marketers, be prepared! The post Voice search and SEO: Why B2B marketers need to pay attention now appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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