Google Search Is Shifting To Mobile-First Indexing

With cell phones dominating the world and how users find more convenience in using the mobile internet, Google Search has finally decided to revamp their own algorithms and therefore later this year, Google will start using mobile-first indexing for all of the websites to come. Indexing is a process in which Google crawls the web from time to time to rank the content on websites and then update its own search results to provide more relevant results to the end-user. Previously, the crawlers used to go through the desktop version of a page but in 2018 Google planned to change the approach to the mobile-view. The reason behind this move was simple; to provide results that fall better in line to how users are browsing all around the world.

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