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Google Search and Importance of Mobile Friendly Websites

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Come 21st of April, Google rolled out its new “Mobile Friendly” algorithm update which will preference search results for web sites that are mobile friendly.

This simply means you’ll get left out in mobile search results unless your website is deemed by Google bots to be mobile friendly.

For auto parts suppliers and sellers it’s critical that they stay connected to search tools and have the best possible web site for indexing.

With out that you’re virtually invisible to Google, Bing or any of the search engines that help your customers find you and your brand.

On the right is an example of the Disc Brakes Australia mobile site view that uses “mobile responsive design” technology to automatically adapt to various browsers and devices.

This approach allows you to have the best of both worlds – a full width, rich desktop browser display and multiple smaller formats for tablet and mobile phone that automatically adapt to the device.

How would I know if my site is ready for mobilegeddon?

Our partners Enform Networks have put together some tips and guidelines and you can read more about them here.

PARts unique approach in delivering your data back to you in whatever format you need means you can adapt and build any type of look up solution you need using all sorts of design options.

Talk to the PARts team about helping you with your your online parts look-up solution to make sure you make the most of these changes.