So we developed an exact way to build THE FASTEST websites across ALL DEVICES
with mobile FIRST, sure to impress Google and conquer search engine rankings...
“Today (March 26, 2018) we’re announcing that after a year and a half of careful experimentation and testing, we’ve started migrating sites that follow the best practices for mobile-first indexing”… “Mobile-First indexing means that we’ll use the mobile version of the page for indexing and ranking, to better help our – primarily mobile – users find what they’re looking for.”
…..and we’re offering it to a few select Las Vegas clients.
Website Developers Are Scrambling To
Increase Site Speed and Transition To Mobile First…
A website’s Speed and Mobile Performance Are Becoming just as Important (if not more important) than its content for Search Engine Rankings… Google wants fast websites across desktop and mobile devices and gives ranking priority to the websites with the best performance.
Google’s Mobile-First Indexing is Now Default for New Domains
Google is enabling mobile-first indexing (crawling sites with a mobile user-agent) by default for new domains as of July 1, 2019. These are sites Google defines as “previously unknown to Google Search.”
After successfully ramping up mobile-first indexing from a small-scale experiment a few years ago, making it the default for new domains should be a good test for evaluating how aggressively it can be rolled out in the future.
“Beginning in July 2018, content that is slow-loading may perform less well for both desktop and mobile searchers.”
“In fact, if we look at Google’s actions, it’s undeniable that 2019 will be the year of page speed, the year of the lightning bolt. It’s the year when the difference between fast and slow content becomes the difference between showing up in the search results (Whether paid or organic) or disappearing completely.”
“Google has indicated site speed (and as a result, page speed) is one of the signals used by its algorithm to rank pages. And research has shown that Google might be specifically measuring time to first byte as when it considers page speed. In addition, a slow page speed means that search engines can crawl fewer pages using their allocated crawl budget, and this could negatively affect your indexation.”
It's Not Rocket Science. Lose Site Rankings, Traffic, and Ultimately Business... OR
Go Mobile First For Performance and Speed!
The average load time for websites on mobile devices in 2018 was 15.3 Seconds, Google expects it to be under 3. It can be overwhelming and scary when you think about it. If you’re not following Google’s lead, your website’s rankings will undoubtedly be hurt. Especially as other site owners in the same niche start enhancing their sites’ performance. The only way to be competitive is to go Mobile First, and boost your website speed, but how?
We approach site building completely different than others!
Most websites are built for desktop first. Then the elements of the site are manipulated to fit smaller devices last.
Google is telling us that this way of constructing a site IS NOT the best option to build mobile, and can have a negative impact on the mobile performance of the site (this includes mobile responsive and mobile friendly websites.)
The conventional way of building any website is completely reversed and the site is constructed for the smallest device first. Then you have the option to add elements for larger screens as the site is built.
What better way to be Mobile First than to build the mobile version of the website first? You end up concentrating on elements that work on mobile and deliver the best mobile results. It doesn’t just sound right in theory; it actually delivers results when put to the test…
- Know your websites are among the fastest on the internet
- Have 100% confidence your websites will have the best mobile performance
- Own extremely fast loading sites across ALL devices improving Search Engine Results.
- Have the most secure websites, virtually impenetrable to hackers.
- Never worry about hosting (we host your sites for you)