As you probably already well know, Google is going to be rolling out a major update that determines if your website is mobile friendly on April 21st. This update will be big enough to potentially do some damage to your search rankings if your site isn’t mobile friendly. Google has even said that this update will have a bigger impact on rankings than both Panda and Penguin, and we know that those two updates were a big deal.
If you’re not sure whether or not your site is mobile friendly and ready to rock on April 21st, Google has provided that tell you if your website is mobile friendly or not. Just enter the URL for your site, and you’re ready discover the truth behind the mobile friendliness of your site.
At this point, there are a lot of rumors that are making their rounds on the internet about Google’s upcoming mobile friendly update, and it can be difficult to tell how much truth is really behind them. But there have been some reliable bits of information that have come up from several sources. Both Cindy Krum and Emily Grossman sorted through the mess that is all the information on the Google update and was able to come up with a clearer picture of what is to be expected by the end of the month for websites.
In Cindy’s post, found on the Moz Blog, you’ll find the answers that Cindy and Emily found to nine key questions about the update. You can check it out by following the link provided below.