Mobile SEO Services
Whether they’re researching a product, reading a piece of content, or making a purchase, your prospective customers are using mobile devices for more online activities than ever before. Did you know:
- Almost half of Google’s traffic comes from mobile devices?*
- Mobile search makes up about 30% of total traffic across industries?**
At the same time, 62% of the top 10,000 websites are not mobile-friendly+ – what about yours? Google’s mobile algorithm update actually lowers rankings in mobile search results for websites that aren’t mobile-friendly. So if you’ve experienced a drop-off in mobile traffic, this may be the reason.
By making mobile SEO a top priority for your website, you’ll not only see your mobile search rankings increase, but your chances of capturing your audience’s attention on-the-go will increase exponentially.
How We Can Help
Marketing Mojo is well-versed in mobile usability best practices, and we’ve helped many clients in making their websites mobile-friendly. Our mobile SEO services can help you increase mobile rankings and traffic by:
- Improving website configurations to ensure usability on mobile devices
- Assisting with redesigns to boost mobile-friendliness
- Recommending local targeting strategies
- Helping you implement best practices for making your website faster
*ClickZ research using SimilarWeb data from June to November, 2014 – January, 2015
**SEO Clarity, “The Data Behind Mobile Experiences.” SMX West, San Jose, CA – March, 2015
+Akamai’s data on responsive web design adoption, 2014
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