Why Google wants your business to have a mobile friendly website

Is your website responsive aka mobile friendly?

If the answer is yes, that's great, Google thinks you're fab. If the answer is no, it is likely your search position or ranking will drop below the websites that are.

As of April 21st 2015, Google updated its search algorithm in favour of mobile friendly or 'responsive' websites, and by responsive we mean websites that automatically adjust their size and layout so as to be legible and usable on mobile devices such as your phone, tablet and laptop.

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Mobile friendly websites work on all screen sizes.

Google has made this change because with every passing year, more and more of us are using mobile devices to do our online searches.

Google is keen to prioritise any website that can meet a users needs, and this algorithm change has given businesses who have invested in a responsive website a distinct advantage over those who have not.

If you're not sure if you have a mobile and tablet friendly website, we can check for you, or you can go to Google directly. All you need to do is copy and paste your websites address and Google will check for you.

If your company website has dropped down the search rankings because of this change in Google's algorithm, don't worry, we can help. We've been building responsive websites for years, and we can get your business back to its rightful position in next to no time. To find out more, please give us a call on 01970 626035.