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mobile web design

Introducing accelerated mobile pages (AMPs)

We all know the mobile web is continuing to rise in importance all the time, bringing new opportunities in local SEO and in better ranking for mobile-friendly websites. But if you use the internet via a mobile device regularly, you’ll know that a large part of what’s already out there is far from mobile-friendly, whether… more »

Google to warn against unresponsive web design?

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‘Responsive web design’ has been one of the buzz terms of 2015 for SEO, particularly since Google’s so-called Mobilegeddon update, which penalised the rankings of websites that do not display well on mobile devices, when they appear in search results on those devices. Now it seems like Google are going further to flag up unresponsive… more »

What IS mobile-responsive website design?

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More and more website owners are catching on to the need for mobile-responsive website design, in order to avoid being penalised by Google in its search results for queries conducted from a mobile device. Known as Mobilegeddon, this is one of the search engine’s major updates of recent months, and it affects anyone with a… more »

Beyond mobile-friendly: Linking apps for Bing indexing

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If you have a mobile-friendly or fully responsive website, you might think you’ve done everything you need to do in order to continue ranking well in mobile search results. To an extent, that may be true; but while on Google you might receive the ‘mobile-friendly’ tick, Bing are looking to go beyond just your website,… more »

#mobileaggedon

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Today’s the day; the supposed #mobileaggedon people like us have been talking about since the end of February, when Google announced their impending algorithm change. It’s been much talked about over the last couple of months and we’ve been working hard to ensure our clients were aware of the potential implications of ignoring the warnings… more »

Streetside Showdown: Why mobile web design matters more than ever

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A post on the Google Street View World blog last week showed the Street View camera car passing the Bing Streetside camera car at a location on N Halsted Street in Chicago, Illinois. The two vehicles – Bing in an understated black hatchback with a roof-mounted camera, Google in a typically brightly branded hatch of… more »