12 Jun '13, 10pm

Google Issues Recommendations For Sites To Rank On Smartphone Search

According to a post on Google published their recommendations and the most common configuration mistakes for websites looking to engage smartphone users and benefit from mobile search results “Avoiding these mistakes helps your smartphone users engage with your site fully and helps searchers find what they’re looking for faster.” To improve the search experience for smartphone users and address their pain points, we plan to roll out several ranking changes in the near future that address sites that are misconfigured for smartphone users. Let’s now look at two of the most common mistakes and how to fix them. Faulty redirects Some websites use separate URLs to serve desktop and smartphone users. A faulty redirect is when a desktop page redirects smartphone users to an irrelevant page on the smartphone-optimized website. A typical example is when all pages on the desktop site...

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