Mobile Friendly? We’ve All Heard It – What Does it Mean?
A site is mobile friendly when it works well on any type of device. It conforms to what the user needs, and Google’s set of guidelines.
On Monday 26th March 2018 Google announced, via it's Webmasters blog, that Mobile First Indexing is now being rolled out. What is Mobile First Indexing? In a nutshell, Mobile First Indexing goes like this... Google ranks websites in search based on a number of [...]
Google Mobile Sites Certification - Google Partners I'm very pleased to announce that we are now 'Mobile Site Certified' by Google, meaning we have been recognised as a qualified developer of mobile-friendly websites. Of course, we've been building great mobile-friendly, responsive sites for years [...]
What Are Google Search Algorithms? The Google Search algorithms are the computer-programmed calculations that look at websites and decide where to rank them in search engine results pages (SERPs). Over the years, Google has launched hundreds of updates to it's algorithms, and has even [...]
I'm guessing that most of you reading this will make use of the Google Mobile App on your smartphones? If so, you will have noticed some handy (sometimes annoying) new items on your Google home page. These items, known as Rich Cards, display content [...]
New Website - Introducing you to The British Rubber Company Another new website for you to take a look at, this time for The British Rubber Company, who are based in Baildon, near Leeds in Yorkshire, but supply to the industrial and agricultural sectors [...]