Is your site mobile-friendly?

If you have not heard about it yet, then let me tell you that Google has rolled its Updated Mobile Algorithm to check if a site is ready and optimized for displaying on small devices, such as, a smart phone. If you own a website or blog, and if you have registered with Google Webmaster tools or AdSense, eventually Google will ask you this question.

At this moment, I don’t want to speculate on the effects or penalties, in terms of search rankings, it would impose on a site. We will obviously know about it in the near future. However, Google insists that you double-check your site(s) to confirm that every page is fit for displaying on a small device, such as a smart phone.

Take the First Step

To ensure that your site is mobile-friendly, you can test it using a test tool designed by Google.

Here, check this link.

Hope you see this result…

Mobile Friendly Test Report

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Make Site Responsive

After testing the site with the above-mentioned tool, if you don’t see the awesome message, this indicates that your site may not be mobile-friendly. Please check every page on your site.

In-addition, you can do a detail check on your site using this Google link, as it will guide you to make a responsive site.

Right now, you need to focus on making your site responsive, in other words mobile-friendly. A Responsive web design is a layout that fits in any small device, such as, a smart phone, a tab etc. You will have to make necessary changes to your CSS files to make a responsive layout. In-addition, you might have to make changes to the HTML files too.

You will need the expertise of a Web Developer at this moment.

Good Luck!