The launch of Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) has been the talk of the previous year with Google urging sites to prepare for mobile optimisation. However, despite the constant reminders, tips and tricks AMP didn’t particularly launch to a smooth start.
We often talk about making your desktop website mobile friendly and how to optimise a desktop site, but what about everything else in between?
As consumers we are getting more and more impatient.
It’s no surprise to anyone that mobile usage in increasing and that mobile commerce is increasing so clearly it’s very important to have a mobile friendly site – but that is old news and not what we’re here to talk about.
With mobile usage increasing, it is becoming more and more important to improve and develop mobile sites. This move is not only for user experience such as AMP but also for improved SEO. Despite Google’s announcement of a mobile first index to be launched in 2017 a combination of delays, trials and complication have pushed the roll out date back to 2018.
Everyone man and their dog is probably sick of hearing about mobile devices but there’s good reason that SEO blogs don’t shut up about it. With mobile searches now accounting for 51.3% of total searches, exceeding desktop, it’s more important than ever to make sure that your site is mobile friendly.
When running a small business, navigating your online presence can sometimes be difficult. The sheer size of the digital world can often prove overwhelming making it difficult to start. To help you out we have compiled a list of common mistakes that we don’t want you to make.