How to Improve Your Rankings with Mobile-First Indexing

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Google has started rolling out the Mobile first indexing update. With Mobile Indexing method, Google test ranking of website on basis of the update. It crawls mobile friendly website first and it does not find any then it crawls desktop version websites. Now, Google will give points only to that website who are mobile friendly or responsive and must having mobile version features.

Get to know here that which things you need to know to optimize your website to improve Ranking with Mobile-First Indexing:

Responsive design: Make your website friendly or mobile version to process well in Mobile devices. To check whether your web design properly functioning or not on mobiles then run through it on Google Mobile-Friendly tool.

Short images: Make sure that you upload short sizes images on the website that user will be able to watch it clearly.

Short video: Make sure the videos on site must be short and not too lengthy because long video can take too much time to load website time on mobile. keep your video short for the relevant results.

CSS, JavaScript and Images: In the past, mobile sites didn’t used to allow these elements but now smart phones of this modern era are able to handle to load large size images and video. New technology mobile phones are able to coded images and video in CSS and JavaScript.

On-Page SEO: Mobile phone does not display full Meta title or description, so keep in mind that your Meta title and description must be to the point and must be short too.

Content: If we are talking about the mobile version content then it should be not lengthy as long content is not clearly visible according to desktop version website. So your content should be to the point and user-friendly to well rank well.

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