How can user experience and usability be applied as mobile ranking signals? In part three of our series on mobile search engine optimization, we explore some of the metrics Google uses to decide if your site is the right result for a search query.
Ok, so you’ve adapted your site to render well on a mobile device. That’s a good start. There are a myriad of other tweaks and optimizations that still await you to get the mobile love you deserve from Google and your smartphone wielding users. Read on for the second in our series on mobile SEO.
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