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How’s Your Site Post-Mobilegeddon?

The purpose of this article is to provide information to automotive dealers about Google’s new indexing changes and the technology and opinions related to them. 15 more words

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How to Convert Your Mobile Visitors Into Sales?

By the end of 2014, a Google report showed that countries in Asia are using more mobile phones to get online instead of computers. Singapore has the highest smartphone adoption rate in the world. 620 more words

Conversion

Bing’s Mobile-Friendly Ranking Algorithm Is Coming Soon

In a similar manner to Google’s two-step transition to mobile-friendly search ranking, Microsoft has now moved Bing into the second phase of its efforts to promote websites that are optimized for mobile. 7 more words

Dealership Best Practices

Google testing changes to its mobile search interface, Material Design tabs included

It appears that Google is testing a new design for the header of its mobile search website, featuring a much more spread-out interface including a larger text entry box, navigation tabs, and Google logo. 224 more words

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Yttro reaches over 100,000 unique downloads and more than 2 Million game app views!

We’re thrilled to announce that in just 6 weeks after release, Yttro: Free Game App Discovery has reached over 100,000 unique downloads and more than 2 million game apps viewed in Yttro! 244 more words

Appstore

Google Mobile Searches Now Occur More Than Desktop Ones. What To Do?

For months, SEO professionals from across all industries prepared for Google’s new algorithm that would hurt sites that were not properly optimized for mobile devices. This was done to go along with the shift in consumer behavior in which mobile browsing is done as frequently as desktop browsing and encourage businesses to cater to their customers on more than just a computer. 603 more words

Business

Google gets more search requests on mobile devices than PCs

SAN FRANCISCO – Google’s influential search engine has hit a tipping point in technology’s shift to smartphones. More search requests are now being made on mobile devices than on personal computers in the U.S. 453 more words

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