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What would be the impact of Google new update?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by andersonbruce, Apr 27, 2015.

  1. andersonbruce

    andersonbruce Newbie

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    I have a website which has 10 webpages and only 6 are mobile friendly. What would be the impact of Google's new update(Mobilegeddon) on my website?
     
  2. Vik Pathania

    Vik Pathania Regular Member

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    It is a page-level change. So, As you say Six of your site's pages are mobile-friendly, but the rest of your pages aren't, then only the Six mobile-friendly pages can be positively impacted.
     
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    Please change the font color

    It depends actually, If your non mobile optimized pages were ranking well before the update you might loos those rankings.
     
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    Vik Pathania Regular Member

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    It is a page-level change. So, As you say Six of your site's pages are mobile-friendly, but the rest of your pages aren't, then only the Six mobile-friendly pages can be positively impacted.
     
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    Only those pages which are mobile responsive will be credited as Mobile Friendly. On mobile search, only these pages will be ranked.
     
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    Google doesn't break out how much of its advertising revenues come from mobile, but research firm eMarketer estimates the company saw its market share dip from nearly 50% to 46% over the last three years. Facebook's market share, meanwhile, quadrupled to 21% during the same period.
     
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    add your updates in that 6 sites you will save this or else try to update remaining four sites cool mate it's not a big problem
     
  8. MrFluffy

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    Im guessing a lot of web designers will make money off converting to mobile friendly.
     
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    Good realization. By the way, its correct. I saw the market was busy converting their websites to mobile friendly one before April 21.
     
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    We are all watching google rankings since the mobile phone update.
    Personally have not seen any ranking difference yet between my words on pc or mobile...yet.
    Interestingly, getting higher rankings right now depends much more on so many other seo disciplines.
    Right now its more about duplicate content.