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In late 2016, Google implemented a change to its search engine algorithm that favors sites with a mobile version. This year, Google is taking things one step further. It will soon be crawling the mobile version of your website, not the desktop version, and using that data to decide where your site should rank in the search results.

The bottom line is that if you have a separate mobile version with less content than your desktop version, or no mobile version at all, you’re at greater risk of not showing up when someone searches for your business on their phones.

Not sure if you are ready for Google’s shift to a mobile-first index? We can tell you if you are. Just contact us and we’ll do a quick audit of your site and let you know. If you need to make a change, we are here to help. We can create and optimize a state-of-the-art mobile experience that both your users and Google will appreciate, and our pricing fits most budgets.

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