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Mobilegeddon.... it's finally here!!

Posted on April 21, 2015
Archive : April 2015
Category : News
So today is the day!! April the 21st 2015 is Mobilegeddon—the SEO apocalypse scheduled is happening…NOW, Today!!!
 
Cue dramatic music (and a drum roll!) …

A blood moon will be followed by the sea turning to ash, where after Larry Page will ride down from the clouds on a white horse and smite all the world's websites that have committed the unpardonable sin of not displaying nicely on a mobile device, consigning them to the everlasting flames of Search Engine Results Page 2—the one no one sees.

So the most dangerous number in business is number one!

If your business can be tanked by Google making a change to an algorithm they own and have every right to change...you are relying on only ONE source of traffic.

And ONE is a very bad number.

I guess it is the number of the Google Beast if we are going to continue this metaphor—and why not, after all, when it is such a merry train wreck already?

Further reading about some of my thoughts re Google :

Who is my website for?

And

 
 
 

*Edited from an article by Bnonn Tennant

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