Saturday, November 22, 2014

Google Adds Mobile Friendly Label To It's Mobile Search Results

Google is set to display "Mobile Friendly" labels to its mobile search results. In order to boost the mobile user experience of searchers, Google will add a small label just before the meta description tag that will let the user know whether that website is mobile friendly or not.



How to Make Your Website Eligible For The Mobile Friendly Label?

You can make your website eligible for the mobile friendly label by following the below guidelines:

  • Avoid software that are not supported by a majority of mobile devices, like Flash
  • Uses text that is readable without zooming
  • Content should be readable without scrolling or zooming
  • Places links far enough apart so that the correct one can be easily tapped
Tools and Resources to Make Your Website Mobile Friendly

Mobile Friendly Test - With the help of this tool, you can test whether any webpage URL has a mobile friendly design or not.

Creating Mobile Friendly Websites - A Comprehensive Guide - Find step by step guide to create smartphone optimized websites.

How to Get Rid of Faulty Redirects? - Faulty 301 redirects annoy the users. Read on how you can get rid of these redirects. 

25 Principles of Mobile Site Design - A detailed tutorial on how to increase conversions for a mobile optimized website. 

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