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Google: new deadline for mobile-first indexing March 2021

Google has announced that the initial plan to enable mobile-first indexing for all websites in September 2020 was canceled. Google will be switching to mobile-first indexing at the end of March 2021. How to prepare your website for mobile-first indexing Google will only get the information from the mobile version of your website. For that …

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Official: Google mobile-first indexing for all websites starting September 2020

Google announced in their official blog that they are going to use mobile-first indexing for the whole web starting September 2020. What is mobile-first indexing? Mobile-first indexing means that Google uses the mobile version of a website’s content to rank pages. The search results will still be available for both desktop and mobile devices. However, …

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Google updates mobile-first indexing best practices

Google has announced an update to their mobile-first indexing best practices on Twitter: We made some significant updates to our developers documentation on mobile-first indexing (☎️#⃣1⃣📙?), Whether your site has been moved over already or not, it’s worth checking it out 👇https://t.co/yo4mGQZkqh— Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) January 22, 2020 What is new? There are a few …

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Google: redirect m.dot subdomain URLs after deleting them

Moving mobile websites from m-dot domains to responsive web design is something that Google’s John Mueller says very often in his Tweets. After removing your m-dot domain, you should redicte the whole subdomain to the new responsive website: It doesn’t matter (404/410 for robots.txt=crawl everything, which is fine too), but I’d keep it simple by …

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