Two Websites Lose More than 50% of Their Mobile Organic Traffic Following Google’s Mobile Algorithm Update
Is Your Non-Mobile Friendly Website Costing You Business?
In what marketers are now referring to as “Mobilegeddon,” Google rocked the web world when it announced that starting April 21st, 2015, the search engine would use mobile-friendliness as a ranking factor in mobile search results.
According to the search engine, if your page is listed as mobile-friendly in the search results, you’ll receive the mobile-friendly ranking benefit. Keep in mind, however, that there are over 200 other ranking factors.
Prior to the April 21st Google mobile algorithm update, the search engine said to expect drastic changes between mobile and desktop results.
Download the rest of our free case study to see how two separate websites lost 50% or more of their mobile organic traffic in the wake of Mobilegeddon and what you can do to make sure the same doesn’t happen to your website!
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