Mobile

Why are Mobile And Desktop Rankings Are Different?

“Why… How are desktop and mobile ranking different when we’ve already been switched to mobile first indexing?” This question was posed by somebody who wanted to learn how to diagnose the reason a sight wouldn’t preform as well in a mobile search, but does really well in desktop. John Mueller from Google stepped up to …

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Reveal Mobile Adds Tapad Device-Matching To Its Location Data

Location-based analytics and attribution vendor, Reveal Mobile, uses software to analyze foot traffic for physical stores and chains. Tapad provides a solution to resolve cross-device identity. Reveal Mobile and Tapad have formed a new partnership meant to boost audience sizes as well as refine attribution. The collaboration provides the capability of tying an ad view …

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Google To Switch Completely Over To Mobile-First Indexing By September 2020

In an announcement made by Google, by September 2020, all sites will be crawled and indexed using mobile-first indexing. Google said, “To simplify, we’ll be switching to mobile-first indexing for all websites starting September 2020.” A majority of sites have moved over already. It’s possible to check if your site has moved over by logging …

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Google Mobile-First Indexing To Be Applied To All Sites Within A Year

Notifications are being sent out by Google through Google Search Console with “mobile-first indexing issues detected” alerts. These emails indicates the issues Google has when it comes to moving the site over to mobile-first indexing. It also says “Google expects to apply mobile-first indexing to all websites in the next six to twelve months.” Mobile-first …

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Pinterest Debuts AR Feature That Lets Users Try On Lipstick Before Buying

Pinterest has launched a new augmented reality (AR) feature called “Try On”, which allows users to virtually try on various lipstick shades suited to their complexion. This feature is powered by Pinterest’s proprietary visual search technology called Lens. To use the feature, search “lipstick” or “lipstick shades” on Pinterest and select the “Try On” option. …

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Make 2020 The Year For E-Commerce To Get Better With The Mobile Experience

Contributor and SMX speaker, Duane Brown, explains in this video why 2020 is the year to get a handle on your mobile experience as well as find the platforms your customers are on and experiment if they’re new to you. Below is the video transcript: Hey, my name’s Duane Brown. I run an agency up …

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Google’s ‘Duplex on the web’ Enables The Assistant To Buy Movie Tickets For You

Google is going to make it possible to buy movie tickets online using the Assistant (via Duplex). The company announced it was expanding the AI-powered Duplex beyond restaurant reservations to booking rental cars and buying movie tickets at Google I/O back in May. Users will have the ability to use the Google Assistant for new reservation and purchase …

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