Internet Marketing

Google Officially Launches “Mobile-Friendly” Labels In Mobile Search Results

  • Ellen Reply

    From Search Engine Land: In an effort to help mobile searchers know which sites they may click on are mobile-friendly versus which ones are not, Google has added a text label under the URL in the snippet that reads “Mobile-friendly” as the first part of the search result’s snippet.

    11/18 at 10:44 AM (16117)
  • Ashley B Reply

    Thanks for sharing Ellen! It just goes to show that there's been a lot of growth in mobile/mobile search and businesses need to make sure that their websites are "mobile-friendly" or they're going to be left in the dust...

    11/18 at 12:00 PM (16119)
  • Ellen Reply

    Not sure if you're mobile friendly? - gives you a pass or fail grade.

    11/18 at 12:05 PM (16120)
  • Jamie B Reply

    Very cool. Be mobile friendly!!

    11/18 at 01:23 PM (16122)
  • Nick Reply

    Yes! I've become such a snob about websites that aren't mobile friendly.

    11/19 at 03:37 PM (16147)
    • Chris S Reply

      So true. If a site loads like a "normal" website on my phone, I'm almost offended ha ha...

      11/20 at 10:19 AM (16150)
  • chelley Reply

    This is interesting to know. It defiantly shows business need to work harder on making their sites mobile friendly or people won't visit you.

    11/20 at 04:55 PM (16158)