As announced by Google last November 16, 2017, they are enforcing a policy that would require Canonical content to be compatible with the AMP page content. With AMP becoming an integral feature in various domains, this announcement aims to improve the overall user experience, especially for mobile users. Google set the deadline, which is on February 1, 2018.[Read More…]
Modern society has shifted from a computer/desktop focused landscape to a place where the mobile platform dominates a majority of the online industry.
It has only been a year since Google announced that they are moving to a more mobile-focused indexing, and the SEO landscape has never been the same. That announcement only necessitated the incorporation of a responsive web design to an SEO’s mobile website because having a responsive web design affects your SEO through positive user behavior signals.
So I’ve been lingering around with mobile search optimization lately and found out a couple of resources stating that Google will rank websites with mobile versions higher – in mobile search. If this is the case, then we should all be grabbing mobile versions of our sites. You won’t want your competitor to outrank you just because he has a mobile website and you don’t, don’t you?