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How To Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly, According To Google

How To Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly, According To Google

By Chris Crum

As you're probably aware, Google is preparing to launch an algorithm change that includes a signal telling Google sites that are mobile-friendly should get a rankings boost. This will remain just one of many signals Google takes into account when ranking content, but it's going to be an important ...

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