There has been a lot of speculations regarding what will be Google’s next search algorithm update and the answer seems to vary from killing non-mobile friendly website to fixing the search typos for brands and focus on e-commerce websites. We at VOOFA bring you the top updated news on what is Google’s next move.
For over the past 6 months, we have seen a gradual disappearance and lowering of rank for non-mobile friendly websites. For most of the part, websites that were not compatible with cell phones and were not able to fit into different screen sizes got affected by this slow but gradual algorithm change that Google has been trying to make. The reason why Google is trying to kill such old fashioned non responsive website is to enhance user experience on their search engine.
It is obvious that when 87% of the customers are looking for your products and services via their cell phones and tablets then it becomes important for Google to consider only responsive website.
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“This news doesn’t seems good!” was the reaction by millions of people using Google Services – Gmail (Google Mail). In the latest claim made by Google in court filing in attempt to head off class action lawsuit, they stated that – “don’t expect privacy when sending to Gmail”. This was shocking! to many of us, reason whatever emails are sent out and are received by any gmail user has NO PRIVACY?
People sending emails to any of Google’s 425 million Gmail users have no “reasonable expectation” that their communications are confidential, the internet giant has said in a court filing. Consumer Watchdog, the advocacy group that uncovered the filing, called the revelation a “stunning admission.” It comes as Google and its peers are under pressure to explain their role in the National Security Agency’s (NSA) mass surveillance of US citizens and foreign nationals.
“Google has finally admitted they don’t respect privacy,” said John Simpson, Consumer Watchdog’s privacy project director. “People should take them at their word; if you care about your email correspondents’ privacy, don’t use Gmail.”
While the news seems untrue and there is more research that needs to be done before making a decision on whether to use Gmail or not but it seems that Google spokesperson have made some corrections to these claims such as – “We take our users’ privacy and security very seriously; recent reports claiming otherwise are simply untrue.”
Whether believe it or not the speculations are going on around this true/untrue claim. R u a Gmail user? if YES! then its time to do some homework… 😉
Wondering what you should do in order to increase the traffic on your website? or want to grow your customers and increase the conversion rates?
Well, here are few tips that you an follow to get the best ranking on Google:
1. Avoid using flash websites and websites that do not run on smart devices because search engines are unable to read flash files. HTML is the way to go. The other important thing about getting better ranking is to get a website that is compatible with all the smart devices. As a matter of fact 83% of the customers are now using smart devices.
2. Hire a good company to optimize your website with the right keywords and overall HTML structure. Read more here: Search Engine Optimization
We have a video for you to see how this works: