Google releases mobile friendly test tool
Thursday 23rd April 2015 at 9:39am by Bradley De-Lar
As most of you will know Google has now released it’s new search algorithm which is set to favour mobile friendly sites in it’s search results. All of our websites are built using the Twitter Bootstrap responsive framework but if you think your website may not be mobile ready then Google has released a handy tool to help you check.
Titled “Mobile-Friendly Check” this new tool allows you to analyse your (or your competitors) website to discover whether it’s what Google deems “mobile-friendly”. If it is you’ll get a nice green banner saying "Awesome! This page is mobile-friendly.” but if it isn’t mobile friendly Google will give you some reasons why it failed and offer some advice on how you can improve.
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