Google: Sites Using A Lot of JavaScript May Not Be Moved to Mobile-First Indexing by @MattGSouthern

Google’s John Mueller cautions site owners that using a lot of JavaScript may prevent a site from being moved to mobile-first indexing. This topic came up in a recent Google Webmaster Central hangout when a site owner asked how Google deals with a site when part of the content is not usable on mobile. More […]


Google Begins Sending Mobile-First Indexing Notifications by @MattGSouthern

Google has started sending emails to notify webmasters that their site has been migrated to mobile-first indexing. The company announced last month that it would be sending notifications regarding mobile-first indexing, but today marks the first time anyone has actually seen them. However, that doesn’t mean mobile-first indexing is just starting now. Google has confirmed […]


Mobile Optimization: 12 Best Practices for the Mobile-First Era by @BrianHarnish

Google’s mobile-first index is here. Now, more than ever, it’s essential to make sure that your development process includes best practices and techniques toward achieving an effective mobile representation of your online presence. Whether you’re in law, health care, the restaurant game, technical, or other industry, a high-quality mobile implementation of your website is a […]


Google Officially Announces Rollout of Mobile-First Indexing by @MattGSouthern

Google has made its first official announcement regarding the rollout of mobile-first indexing. To be sure, mobile-first indexing began prior to today’s announcement, this is just Google’s first real acknowledgement of it via its own channels. Representatives from Google have previously stated that a significant number of sites have already been migrated to mobile-first indexing. […]