With the new Google mobile algorithm come and gone, leaving a variable amount of damage in its wake, we have all been able to overcome the horror that was supposed to be Mobilegeddon.
According to Google Search Console’s John Mueller, although the new mobile algorithm affected a good number of queries, most sites either were mobile friendly at the time of the update’s release, or the change wasn’t all that noticeable.
In a column, written by Ben Goodsell, you’ll discover how to get as close as possible to finding the cause of gain or loss of mobile clicks at the page and query level, simply by using Google Search Analytics. Ben also attempts to establish a good benchmark that is based on the current strength of the new Google mobile algorithm.
To find out the details of what Ben has to say, check out his post on Search Engine Land by following the link I’ve provided to you below.
Search Engine Land: How to Identify The Impact Of Mobilegeddon & Future Mobile Algorithm Updates