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Google floods Webmasters With ‘Mobile-First Indexing Enabled’ Notifications

Since September 14, Google has been sending out notices around mobile-first indexing being enabled for websites to a large number of webmasters.  It appears that this batch of notices is by far the single largest batch of notices seen since they officially began sending these types of batch notifications around the mobile-first indexing change. The following is a screen shot that [...]

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Google Updates Mobile-Friendly Test, Rich Results Test Tools To Better Support JavaScript Sites

Recently, Google updated the  mobile-friendly test and the rich results test to better support JavaScript sites.  Google posted a Tweet saying that you will now see rendered HTML, console log, exceptions and slack traces. In other words, those who build sites using JabaScript, AJAX and other types of JavaScript frameworks will be able to debug their sites better with these tools. [...]

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The First Batch Of Google Mobile-First Indexing Notifications Gets Released

After months after Google announced the rollout of the mobile-first indexing process, webmaster and SEOs have begun getting notifications via Google Search Console of their sites being "enabled" for mobile-first indexing. It says in the notification that "mobile-first indexing enabled for" and specifies the domain name of the site it was enabled for.  Ari Finkelstein shared a screen of [...]

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Google To Move More Sites To Mobile-First Index In Coming Weeks

It was announced at PubCon (a webmaster conference) by Gary Illyes that Google is planning to roll more sites into the mobile-first index over the next several weeks. The following tweet was posted by Marie Haynes, who was in the crowd, on Twitter: Announcement - In the next month and a half or so, Google is moving a [...]

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Google’s Page Speed Update Does Not Impact Indexing

With Google's Page Speed Update, you won't have to worry about it impacting how Google indexes your mobile or desktop content.  It will affect only how the mobile pages are ranked in the Google mobile search results.Keep in mind that indexing and rankings are two different things, as Google explains in the How Search Works portal. There [...]

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Google’s Mobile-First Index Has Rolled Out For Some Sites & Will Be Implemented Very Slowly

According to Google Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes, the mobile-first index has started to slowly roll out, at least for a “few sites,” he said to an audience during the SMX East conference in New York City. Right now, it's unclear how many sites of been switched over to the mobile-first indexing process.  When asked to clarify what he [...]

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Google May Pick Desktop Over AMP Page For The Mobile-First Index

Google has begun slowly rolling out the mobile-first index to a small subset of users. The folks at Search Engine Land has published a large list of FAQs around the mobile-first index. But one interesting tidbit is that by default, Google isn't going to use the AMP version of your page for the mobile index, even [...]

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Google’s Mobile Friendly Label Has Officially Been Removed From The Search Results

On the morning of August 31, the mobile-friendly labels that populated Google's mobile search results have officially been removed.  We first got the news last week from Google that they were going to drop the label, but it's taken some time for the label to go away. Take heart in known that the mobile-friendly label removal doesn't mean that mobile-friendly [...]

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