Author: Tom Cottrill | Date Posted: Apr 28, 2020
It seems like just yesterday every website was scrambling to get their mobile sites up and running to beat the mobile-first indexing that Google unrolled a couple years back. But now those same websites might be wondering how to make their mobile-friendly sites even “friendlier” knowing that by September 2020 mobile-first indexing will become the default behavior for all sites.
After the initial updates you made, your mobile site probably fell back down in the priority list. But, there is never a wrong time to refresh your knowledge of what makes for a mobile-friendly site. And it’s never a wrong time to make your site even friendlier to your mobile users.
Below are just a few high-level suggestions to help you get the ball rolling and start making improvements that will help with usability, give Google a reason to re-crawl your site, and hopefully lead to more conversions.
There are tons of ways to improve the mobile friendliness of your site. If you’re not sure where to start, we suggest putting your site through Google’s mobile-friendly test tool. From there you’ll be able to easily identify the best place to start when making improvements. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by it all, feel free to give us a call. We’re happy to help point you in the right direction!