'Mobilegeddon' could be bad news for 40% of top websites

'Mobilegeddon' could be bad news for 40% of top websites
LOS ANGELES — If your website traffic plummets suddenly Tuesday, you can blame it on "Mobilegeddon." Google, which dominates online search, is launching an algorithm to favor sites that are "mobile-friendly." This means that people who use Google to …
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Google Search Promotes Mobile-Friendly Web Sites
A recently announced change to Google's search algorithm could end up wreaking havoc on corporate Web site page rankings around the world. That's because Google will now give more weight to sites that are "mobile-friendly," rather than being …
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Want to stay on top of Google search? Make your websites mobile-friendly
Websites that don't fit the description will be demoted in Google's search results on smartphones and tablets while those meeting the criteria will be more likely to appear at the top of the rankings – a prized position that can translate into more …
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