Google has been making strides to improve mobile search results to make the SERPS a better place for users searching on smartphones and tablets. One of the more recent changes have been displaying a “mobile-friendly” tag next to sites in mobile search results that have been confirmed to display correctly on a mobile screen. To earn a mobile-friendly label your site needs to pass a set of criteria. You can find out if your site meet’s Google’s standards or not by using the mobile-friendly site testing tool. Now, Google isn’t leaving it up to webmasters to test their own sites, […]
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