Google will be basing its search results on mobile-friendly websites rather than websites built for desktop computers.
Is your small business ready?
Google is trying another indexing option that bases search results on the substance of portable sites as opposed to desktop sites.
Most people are looking at Google while using a cell phone. “To make our results more useful, we’ve begun experiments to make our index mobile-first.” Google said in its declaration.
Google's search record is basically the filing system where the web crawler stores information accumulated from slithering the web. Google at that point draws on the data in the record to return search results. The algorithm change implies that in the long run the Google list will construct list items in light of mobile devices instead of desktop locales. Desktop sites will be positioned in list items, yet they will not necessarily be listed first in the search results.
On the off chance that you have specialized contrasts between the desktop and portable renditions of your site, your placement in search results will probably decay when the new ordering is executed in 2017.
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