7 Common mistakes to avoid when when going mobile-friendly

Mobile Friendly Mistakes

Is Your Mobile Friendly Website Ready For April 21st?

Updating your webpage to a responsive design is a great step, but it’s important to avoid common  mistakes which Google announced on their webmasters blog (goo.gl/WmoUFA).

In Google’s own words: “Here are some common mistakes we see on mobile websites. Make sure your site doesn’t have any!

1. Blocked JavaScript, CSS and image files – http://goo.gl/GnHXah
2. Unplayable content – http://goo.gl/JSy5kp
3. Faulty redirects – http://goo.gl/Ub39a8
4. Mobile-only 404s – http://goo.gl/4cU3RF
5. App download interstitials – http://goo.gl/hzoRom
6. Irrelevant cross-links – http://goo.gl/q2GMXw
7. Slow mobile pages – http://goo.gl/ryzlt7

You Have Until April 21st to Get Mobile Friendly so I suggest you start taking those recommendations above seriously.

For once, I am in total agreement with Google.

Mobile Friendly Mistakes

Every Business Should Have a Responsive Web Design.

The Internet is not going away and absolutely every single day there is a new research showing increased mobile consumer usage. ‘Mobile’ is a set of devices and not a culture, so we are not talking about fashion that’s coming and going away.

By the way I am using my mobile phone (Nexus 4) to write this article…. 🙂

#seo   #seotips   #mobilefriendly   #mobileseo

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