Mobile first is now the name of the game in the online world. We’ll show you (and all those who have missed out on mobile SEO so far) why mobile friendly is important, and how to make your own website really mobile-ready.
AMP pages are designed to improve the performance of websites, but are they suitable for all purposes, including e-commerce? In this article, we help you find out whether AMP is right for your website.
Conversion rates from users surfing the internet with smartphones is still lower than it should be. In this article, we give you some advice how you can increase the conversion rates of your mobile users.
The mobile-first index is currently being trialed but will soon be the Google norm. Ensure your website is prepared for this shift by satisfying Google’s requirements for a ‘user-friendly’ mobile website.
Mobile internet is becoming increasingly important. More users access the internet on a mobile device than on desktop, which means website operators need to make sure their websites have great mobile usability. Find out 5 tips in this article for mobile conversion optimization to ensure success among mobile users.
In this article, we explain why you should set up Accelerated Mobile Pages, how you can implement them, and how you can test them with different tools.
The "tipping point of mobile search" was reached in the USA in the fourth quarter of 2014. For the first time, Google registered more queries from mobile than desktop devices.
Internet use is becoming more and more mobile. Therefore, the newest announcement of the search engine group Google follows this. The mobile index of the search engine should serve as the primary index in the future and the desktop index should come second.
Every year in early summer, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers (KPCB) provides a report on the top "Internet Trends". The report is presented by Mary Meeker, a star analyst with a focus on the Internet & new technologies.
Last year, Google caused a turmoil among webmasters all over the world with its mobile update. The rollout, which was termed "Mobilegeddon", and the ranking changes associated with it had been awaited reverently by the entire SEO scene.
It’s hard to believe – but 2016 is already well over 2 months old. Right at the outset, Google drew our attention to several changes and updates.
Nowadays, speed is a decisive factor for Internet users. The amount of time that a page takes to load determines whether visitors stay on a website or not. In particular, the increasing use of mobile Internet calls for fast mobile websites.