Non-Mobile-Friendly Websites Vanishing From Top Google Results

Back in April, Google’s Mobile-Friendly Algorithm rolled out after sending thousands of companies in a state of panic making the necessary changes to their websites. It’s been months now and there are still websites that aren’t meeting the Mobile-Friendly Algorithm.

Recently, Moovweb followed 1,000 significant e-commerce keywords for a variety of industries to see if their mobile rankings on Google were affected. The company discovered that 83% of the time, the top result was mobile friendly and that 81% of the time, the top three results were as well.  77% of results were mobile friendly on page one of the Google mobile SERPs.

These results spark the question, “Why is Google showing non-mobile-friendly websites in that 20%?” Moovweb has documented various industries and found that retail had the most mobile-friendly results, while transportation had the lowest.

If your company hasn’t met the mobile-friendly update, you should make any necessary changes immediately. By doing so, you’ll not only comply with Google’s Algorithm, but you’ll be providing mobile users with a better, easier experience!

If you are unsure if your website is mobile-friendly or not, use Google’s mobile-friendly test or contact Boston Web Marketing at 857-526-0096.

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