The Google Mobile First Index & Search Console Changes

Once the hard work of making a website is over, the hard work of submitting it to the search engines and having it show up in the results begins. Maybe you think you have to have a computer science degree to do it, but this article will show you some practical advice on how even you, can make your website stand out.

The Google Mobile First Index & Search Console Changes

Hello my name is Barry,   late Friday Google announced that they're launching, as an experiment that will be going live eventually, their mobile first index.
 
let me quickly go through this. Gary from google was talking about The Google mobile first index for the past year and a half and a google blog post this Friday announced that it is actually coming.  This means that google is going to do start crawling and indexing everything they used to do the same, but the only difference is that they will now do it from a mobile perspective meaning they look at your mobile website if there is a mobile version of your website.  It's not the users desktop version anymore.  If you have mobile and desktop Google will now crawl and index your site  looking at it from a mobile view. 
 
Google also says that they will not maintain two different indexes they'll retain one primary index which will be a mobile-first index, obviously with desktop pages when there is no mobile version.
 
The mobile first index brings some new changes to Google, Be sure to check your websites to see how it looks from a mobile perspective. Pay close attention to what content is being shown and what isn't. It's going to be extremely important to make sure you are showing all your content to mobile users if you want the content to be considered by Google when ranking your site.

Do not run afoul of the spam filters modern search engines use when you optimize your website. These filters - actually complex decision-making algorithms, analyze website content and flag pages for omission when they appear to be light on real content. To avoid this sinister fate you should limit the amount of search engine optimization tweaking you employ.

When you are trying to accomplish search engine optimization goals, the use of meta description tags on each page of your site can be very effective. A well-written description tag will benefit your site, as it is included on many search engines to tell readers what your site is about, enticing them to click through. Make sure it is a clear, valuable tag. This should increase traffic to your site with minimal effort.

Know who you are selling to. Find out everything you can about your target market. One of the first things you should know is how many people make up your target market. You can get a good idea of this by searching your product on Google's Free Keyword Tool. It will give you some likely keywords along with the number of people who have searched using those keywords.

Design your website from the start with search optimization in mind. If you include too much Flash or other products that search engines do not use, you are not going to be very high up on their radar. Keep that in mind when you begin your website, and you will have a much easier time in the future.

Do not title any of your pages with general information. Even your welcome page should be titled with something relevant to your website. Doing this will allow a search engine to direct someone to your page without difficulty. It also lets the customer know that this is, indeed, the page they were looking for.

Do not just write "click here" for your link anchors. Every spot you can put a valid keyword counts. Be detailed and succinct with your link descriptions. Search engines will use these descriptions to associate your links with keywords that will eventually help increase rankings. Also, visitors may be hesitant to select a "click here" link as they may believe it is a spam trick.

Stealing is always a poor business strategy. No ethical website owner attempts to optimize his or her website's search engine ranking by lifting content from other websites. Not only is this practice, usually a violation of legal copyright, it is one of the easiest types of theft to track. Automated programs can quickly locate stolen content and land thieving webmasters in hot water.

So there you have it. Nothing but ideas. If you put this information to work and use the tips and tricks that have been provided here to you, you should see results in your search engine optimization goals. The benefits are well worth all the effort and research you may need to do.