SEJ Live is back! Last week, #SEJLive was joined by Jenny Halasz to talk about everything mobile — from a mobile-friendly website to the mobile-first index and mobile SEO.
Brands everywhere are realizing that mobile is truly the marketing avenue that never sleeps.
Has your site been affected since Google’s roll out of its mobile interstitials penalty? We’ve got insights in our latest #SEJSurveySays poll results.
Google is finally starting to roll out a real-world test of Android Instant Apps in mobile search results.
Congratulations – you survived Mobilegeddon and the recent introduction of the “Mobile First Index.” So what are you doing to prepare for Mobile 2.0? This article delves into the future of mobile and whether or not PWA is the future or just more Google hype.
It has been discovered that Safari for iOS is now returning click-to-call buttons in some of its search suggestions for local businesses.
It has been discovered that Google Analytics is reading clicks from the Google Home app as direct traffic.
Google has updated its Android app to benefit those who may find themselves running into spotty internet connections from time to time.
Google Maps is rolling out a global update to its ride services mode which brings a new design and the ability to book rides directly within Maps itself.
Google gave site owners plenty of time to prepare the upcoming mobile interstitials penalty, but in case you have not yet done so, we have rounded up 10 pieces of expert advice.
Kelsey Jones speaks with Simon and Edward from Blue Array on what the upcoming Mobile Interstitial Penalty from Google is, how to check to see if your site has been affected, and how a mobile-first world has affected UX.
Google’s iOS app received a fairly significant update, bringing with it several new features that will help users do more without having to leave the app.
Google Assistant vs. Siri – is one smartphone AI better than the other? We’ll leave that for you to decide with this infographic.
Google is going to prioritize mobile in 2017. And it means that digital marketers and SEO professionals need to seriously consider implementing Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) on their sites. But does it make any sense? Read on to learn more!
Google has released an update to its mobile app which sees the cards reorganized into one section for personal interests, and another section for upcoming information.
With Google moving to a mobile-first index, there’s no better time than now to set up AMP for your website. Get it done in 3 simple steps.
Considering how to boost the mobile game? Looking to improve mobile search performance and conversion? As a consumer yourself, you know micro-moments well. Today, you’re in the right place at the right time. Seize the moment!
Google has revealed the latest data on the impact of mobile shopping searches during Black Friday.
With Black Friday coming up at the end of this week, there’s no more opportune time to reveal shopping data.
There’s a lot of talk about Mobile First Indexing – but what does that actually mean? What’s likely to happen in the various mobile scenarios? What should we as SEOs do to prepare?