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Everyone Should Now Have a Mobile Mindset

MobileMindsetApril 21 has now come and gone leaving the world of website SEO changed forever in its wake. Google has now made mobile-friendliness a must for mobile searches and this will require some adjustments by many website owners and web professionals across the globe. And though (more…)

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Answers to the 3 Biggest Questions About Google’s Mobile SEO Update

Starting April 21, Google will begin taking mobile-friendliness into account as a factor in search rankings. At this point, you may recall that Google already has been adding labels to sites that are mobile-friendly and warning people about the dangers of adding content to a site that won’t work on a mobile device (think Flash), but this is different. Very different. In Google’s own words:


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Get Ready to be Mobile Friendly – a Duda Webinar

On April 21st, Google will roll out a major update to its search ranking algorithm. Once rolled out, sites that are mobile-friendly will benefit from a higher ranking compared to sites that are not.

It’s a pretty big deal.

So much so that it’s already been called by some a ‘Mobilegeddon‘ and a ‘Mobilepocalypse’.


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A Marketers Guide to Google’s Mobile SEO Update

SEO_05You put a lot of effort into improving your clients’ search rankings, so you want to make sure your efforts are preserved after Google’s big mobile SEO update on April 21.

The thing is, you are not a web designer, you are a marketer! But you know you need to have a mobile-friendly solution to save your clients’ sites (more…)

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New Stats About Small Businesses Every Website Reseller Should Know: Part 1

It’s an interesting time in the web design industry. Responsive design is on the rise, eCommerce adoption is expanding and website personalization, once reserved for large enterprises, is just starting to become available to the masses. These trends are pretty easily observed by those of us that spend every day chest-deep in HTML5 and JavaScript. But what does the actual data tell us? To get a more accurate look at the current state of small business websites, Duda conducted a comprehensive survey through the use of a third-party research firm. Here’s some of what we found out: