Google Search Changing to Mobile First Index

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Google Search Changing to Mobile First Index

Hello and welcome to Digital Minute, this week we’re discussing Google’s latest mobile search announcement. Back in September 2015 Google declared that it was experimenting with a mobile only index in order to alleviate a number of ranking signal issues for mobile. 1 years on and a recent announcement from the search giant discussing a full split seems to suggests an official launch sometime in 2017. 
The search engine already favors sites that work well on mobile devices over ones that don’t, considering factors such as text size and link accessibility. having recently dropped its mobile friendly tag, Google are looking to take this a step further by intensifying the pressure on brands to improve mobile experience through accelerated page speed and responsive design. You can read more on the mobile first index here
The Mobile first index update would allow Google to run its ranking algorithm across pure mobile content and over the current method of extracting desktop data for mobile rankings. initial reports suggest that the mobile index may become the primary index for SERPs with a separate, lesser up-to-date desktop index. As always we will be keep an ear to the ground for any further news or announcements, in the meantime why not download our ‘Redefining SEO’ whitepaper. Thanks for watching I’m Michael

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