Search Engines Favour Mobile Optimized Websites

Search engines favour mobile optimized sites in their mobile search results.
July 18, 2012 - PRLog -- Toronto - Major search engines have recently begun to favour mobile optimized websites if the user executes his, or her search from a mobile device. This is part of an ongoing strategy by search engines to enhance the relevancy of search results and deliver information that is appropriate for the device being used.

In fact, according to Miriam Slozberg, President, Gemini Rising Ltd, a Toronto-based Mobile SEO Consultancy, “The variety of mobile devices, each with its own distinctive features, are being pumped into the market and leaves the web designers with no other alternative but to optimize the sites of their clients to support the vast landscape of mobile devices and browsers in the future to ensure good search engine rankings.”

Slozberg adds that this amounts to penalizing businesses that do not invest in creating a mobile version of their website.  And since an increasing number of consumers are accessing the web via their cellular phone and tablet computer, failure to mobile-enable your website will diminish the users’ experience.

Gemini Rising excels in designing search-engine friendly mobile websites. As part of its Mobile-Ready Campaign, Gemini Rising offers webmasters a free web analysis followed by an in-depth website and brand review. Once the analysis is complete, Gemini Rising works with a team of SEO consultants and online publicists to help clients to drive awareness of their mobile brand.

If you are interested in mobile enabling your website, please contact Miriam Slozberg at 416-436-7163 or e-mail

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Tags:Search Engines, Mobile Friendly Websites, Mobile, Website, SEO
Industry:Internet, Marketing
Location:Toronto - Ontario - Canada
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