Or how about not losing it to your competitors?


Starting April 21, 2015 Google expanded its use of mobile-friendliness as a search engine ranking signal. This change affects mobile searches in all languages worldwide and makes a significant impact in search results.

Google-Mobile-Friendly-SEOEven without this push by Google, having a mobile-friendly website should already be a priority for businesses due to the rapid adoption of mobile devices and expected growth. The new reality is:

If your business’ website is not mobile-ready, or is mobile-ready but doesn’t provide a good mobile user experience, you may soon find yourself losing out on new business.

This is particularly true if your competitors have mobile-friendly sites. On the other hand, if your firm’s website is mobile-friendly and your competitors’ websites are not, it could be a big competitive advantage for your organization.

So how do you find out if your existing website is mobile ready, and more importantly, whether Google thinks it’s mobile ready?

I’ve set up a link to a free online tool that Google developed.  It will analyze your website and let you know the results in about 60 seconds.

Click here or on the image above to find out.  Once there, click the “Test Your Own Website Now” button and enter your website address.