Today, more people search on their mobile devices than a desktop or laptop computer. And, due to that, Google counts heavily on whether or not your website is “Mobile Ready.”
Now, they’re helping you make sure you’re good to go! TestMySite, hosted by Google, rates websites on a scale of 1 to 100 for mobile friendliness, mobile speed, and desktop speed. The site also recommends fixes.
I strongly recommend you test your websites – and if you’re not happy with your score, reach out to us. We’ll help you get mobile ready and Google search friendly!
Let’s be clear: In order for you to sell your products or services effectively, you need to be sending your message to the right people. Quite honestly, that’s what marketing is all about – helping your sales team by providing them the tools they need to close. And what’s a more important tool than qualified leads?
Here (and by here I mean the 21st century) we have the tools to focus your messaging with incredible precision.
And that’s what CellCon Consulting is here to help with. We want to make sure you’re speaking to the right people. Increase your number of qualified leads and make it as easy as possible for you to close them.
With our experience, our tool kit (with some really cool new things recently added) and our collective minds, we know we can help you grow your business.
Google has begun penalizing websites that aren’t mobile optimized. They have tweaked the algorithm for mobile searches to favor sites that look good on smartphone screens, and penalize sites with content that is too wide for a phone screen and text and links that are too small.
While Google updates its algorithm frequently, some experts consider this to be the most significant change in years. Google actually warned website operators in February that the change was coming, and gave them tips on how to prepare.
The change is also important for Google. Searches from mobile devices now surpass searches on personal computers.
Google also wants more users to surf the Web on their phones. “As people increasingly search on their mobile devices, we want to make sure they can find content that’s not only relevant and timely, but also easy to read and interact with on smaller mobile screens,” a Google spokeswoman said.
Hi folks – I’m back!! Back in June I tore my Achielle’s Tendon, which is why I had to postpone the seminar. I’m back on my feet and have rescheduled the seminar! It will be November 6 in Montclair, NJ.
For full details and to sign up (space is VERY limited) – click HERE