Google: Mobile Friendly Update

Google to move more sites to mobile-first index in coming weeks

Kashin / Shutterstock.com Gary Illyes from Google just announced onstage at PubCon, a webmaster conference, that Google plans on rolling more sites into the mobile-first index over the next several weeks. Marie Haynes, who is in the audience, posted on Twitter: Announcement – In the next month and a half or so, Google is moving …

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Google’s Page Speed Update does not impact indexing

In response to questions raised in the community, here’s clarification about how indexing is impacted by the Google Page Speed Update. The post Google’s Page Speed Update does not impact indexing appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source link

AMP pages, Search Console notifications & desktop only pages

Google has just announced its latest algorithm update, named the Speed Update, that will be launching in July of this year. We asked Google several questions about this update, including how this impacts desktop pages, whether pages with AMP URLs but slow canonical URLs will be impacted, if webmasters will get Search Console notifications and …

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Google’s mobile-first index has rolled out for some sites & will be implemented very slowly

The mobile-first index has started to slowly roll out, at least for a “few sites,” Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes told an audience last night at the SMX East conference in New York City. It is unclear how many sites have already switched over to the mobile-first indexing process, but, when I asked Illyes …

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