Back in October, Google announced the impending rollout of a mobile-first search index, a sure to be massive overhaul of the way Google indexes its search results which has had SEOs scrambling to prepare their businesses. In fairly typical Google fashion, a few months on from the announcement, we're still no closer to a definitive date on when the change will take place. But some strange behaviour in mobile search results, combined with turbulent search 'weather' over the past few days, indicates that we could be approaching a launch. What happened? The first sign that something a little strange was happening came on Monday 6th February, when Glynn Davies, Head of Search Strategy at Pi Datametrics, noticed separate mobile sites dropping out of mobile search on Google, to be replaced with their desktop versions. Noticing separate mobile sites dropping out of Google Mobile in favour of desktop versions across several major sites… #seo #mobile pic.twitter.com/LYoEVNUgOn - Glynn Davies … [Read more...] about What’s been going on with Google’s mobile indexing?
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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Google’s mobile-first index likely not coming until 2018 at earliestJun 13, 2017 by Matt McGee At SMX Advanced, Gary Illyes says Google will “communicate a lot” before rolling out the mobile-first index. Bing Ads piloting in-market & custom audience targetingJun 14, 2017 by Ginny Marvin Bing Ads is actively working on building out its audience targeting capabilities. How Pinterest has developed computer-vision technology to power visual search for users and brandsJun 14, 2017 by Tim Peterson Pinterest has been developing computer vision technology since 2014 and is now applying it to visual search queries and ad targeting. 2017 growth hacks: Optimizing organic market shareJun 14, 2017 by Lori Weiman Columnist Lori Weiman continues her series on search marketing growth hacks with an installment on improving organic search performance. Why … [Read more...] about SearchCap: Google mobile index, Bing ads in-market targeting and Pinterest search
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Image credit to ShutterstockThis week we reported how Google began sending out notices of sites moving to the mobile-first indexing process as part of the second batch of those sites it is rolling out to. But with this batch, people are confused as to why some of the sites getting these notices are not mobile-friendly and smaller, less maintained sites. Why is Google moving over non-mobile friendly web sites to the mobile-first indexing process? The answer is pretty simple, if you think about it. Desktop only sites are a single site, there is no problem with the desktop site not being equivalent to the mobile site - they are one site and thus, they have zero issues and are a good candidate for being switched to mobile-first indexing. Being mobile-friendly is not a requirement for moving to the mobile-first indexing process - they are two different things.Yes, Google said they will not move sites that are not ready, but Google has a single index not a mobile vs desktop index, it is … [Read more...] about Why Google Is Moving Non-Mobile Friendly Sites To Google’s Mobile First Indexing
As you might know, Google is rolling out mobile-first indexing as we speak. But what does that mean for your ranking? Should you be worried? Should you do anything? Last week, Google explained a bit more about mobile-first indexing. In this post, I’ll talk you through five things you need to know about mobile-first indexing. Mobile-first indexing Last March, Google announced that they were going to start with mobile-first indexing. But what does that entail? It means that from now on, Google will base what it places in the index based on the mobile version of your site, whereas they used to index the desktop version of your site first. This switch is made because more and more searches come from a mobile device and to give those users a better experience, Google decided that it was time to prioritize mobile results. It is important to note that the mobile-first index is not a separate index, Google has only one index from which it serves the results. 1. Do not panic! More and … [Read more...] about 5 things you need to know about mobile-first indexing • Yoast