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26th April 2015 Andy Chemney

On 22nd April Google changed the way it ranked websites, giving priority to those sites that are mobile friendly. If your website is not mobile friendly, it is highly likely that you will see your Google rankings drop. You can check whether your site is affected by going here.

If it is affected, it’s likely that you will need to get it re-built to be mobile friendly. So, whether the user is viewing your website on a desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone or other device, it will always look great.

We’ve been building mobile friendly sites for a number of years now and have a wealth of experience we can share.

As a result, I’ll be running a special Mobile Friendly Website Seminar aimed at those businesses that are concerned about the changes and want to understand their options. Attendance is free but places are limited. I expect the seminar will run for 1 hour with plenty of time for questions afterwards.

Finally, you must consider how social networking fits in with your current marketing strategy. While updating Facebook and Twitter sites regularly is time-consuming, taking away resources from other activities could set you back. Use social networking wisely. Add it to your marketing strategy but don’t let it take over.

Bonnie Find out more about mobile friendly websites, social media and online marketing at our free monthly seminars, secure your place here ››
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