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Is there a way to check mobile search trend for a keyword

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bluejade, Dec 15, 2016.

  1. bluejade

    bluejade Newbie

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    Since mobile search becomes more important now, people are all talking about making mobile friendly website, it is surely the right way to go, I have found that google trend only shows all the search result, it hasn't split mobile from the big picture, so the question is:
    o_OIs there a way for us to make research on a specific product keyword on mobile search volume? or any other interesting ideas on mobile friendly site is also welcome here?
     
  2. mangoodi

    mangoodi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    From My research about these i found these points,

    Don’t Make separate mobile friendly site. Make website which is user friendly website.

    Make redirection as per device use.

    Provide option for mobile visitors to view desktop version as well.

    Use responsive web design

    Check all the design in all kind of mobile types & tablets

    Check in Google web master tools à Crawl à crawl errors à Smartphone

    Include viewport Meta tag

    Check all mobile page has been submit to goggle via an xml sitemap

    Keep the mobile page separate from desktop page.

    Use server side redirects on mobile sites

    Check the links size. (Button size)

    Don’t use any kind of pop ups. It will irritate mobile users.

    Do proper navigation method. Confirm that user can easily go the entire pages in website.

    Don’t use unnecessary pictures

    Check the speed for the mobile device

    Confirm the videos on the mobile site use HTML video player.


    Don’t stop testing.


    Looking for answers from experts as well.
     
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2016