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December 29, 2021 at 10:17 am #24095johnakersGuest
The amount of time individuals spend on their phones has reached an all-time high. According to BroadbandSearch.net, mobile traffic accounts for more than half of all traffic. In 2013, the percentage was at around 15%. And there’s no sign of it slowing down anytime soon.
In the last few years, Google has prioritized mobile-first indexing for over 70% of domains. In March 2021, Google will migrate all sites, whether they are ready or not.
In a nutshell, when Google analyzes and indexes your website’s mobile version first, it is known as mobile-first indexing. Google is less likely to show your pages in search results if your website design custom isn’t responsive or mobile-friendly.
In today’s world, a non-responsive mobile website is a recipe for catastrophe. More than half of your users are likely to have a poor experience, according to this data.
Even if your website is mobile-friendly, there are a number of other mobile-related issues that could harm your SEO:
Distracting popups that obstruct the text on mobile pages
Mobile pages with material that differs from the desktop version
Poor website design makes it difficult for consumers to browse the site, which slows down the overall page speed.