Some days ago, Google announced that search search engines will be ‘mobile first’ in the near future.
Google’s search results will be based on the mobile versions of web pages, including the results that are shown to desktop users.
Here are eight things you need to know about Google’s ‘mobile first’ indexing:
1. Why does Google switch to ‘mobile first’?
2. What do you have to do if you do not have a mobile website?
3. What do you have to do if you have a mobile website?
4. What is the best solution to make sure that Google can see the content of my pages?
5. What about content that is hidden in navigational elements?
6. Will my rankings change a lot?
7. Will Google have different indexes for mobile search and desktop results?
8. What happens to the links that point to my website?
Google hasn’t found a final solution to this problem yet. Google also said that the canonical attributes on your web pages do not have to be changed.
Although Google said they have already begun testing this mobile-first index to some users, it will still take some time until it goes live for all users.
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