Eight Steps To Make Your WordPress Website Mobile Friendly

This is the 2nd of 3 guest posts  by SEO Guru Alex Miranda. If you  missed the first post on the Google mobile friendly website requirements, read this first.

Unless you have been living under a rock, by now you already know about the Google friendly mobile update. Any website, which is not mobile friendly, will drop in rankings when searching from a mobile device. The update does not affect searches done on a desktop or a tablet. However, I do expect Google to expand this update to include a drop in rankings across all devices.

If you are using WordPress, you may be in luck. Continue reading below to learn more about the mobile friendly update and WordPress.

Google has started annotating mobile friendly websites on mobile search results. The example below shows you how it looks on a mobile search result.

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Huge Traffic Strategy #3: Google Just Loves Fresh Content

google loves fresh contentWhen asked what I do for small businesses, I often open asking the question:

“Would you like your website to be more than an online business card?” This usually triggers a resounding “Yeah, baby!”

What I hear between the lines in their “yeah baby”, 9 times out of 10 is frustration. Why? Because most of us are on the eternal quest for more traffic to our website, leading to more conversions from that traffic. Not many of us, save the few focussed traffic guru’s” like Derek Halpern and Ana Hoffman, are ever satisfied with the amount of traffic to their website or blog, often explained when equating to traffic noise this way:

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