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Abdullah Alamin
Aug 02, 2022
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Advertising Continue reading below Optimize your pages for local searches Once you know what keywords and phrases you want to rank for, you'll want to identify the pages you want to rank for those keywords. At a minimum, these pages should contain at least 300-500 words of text related to the keyword. In general, more text makes search engines happy, but you have to remember that your searchers are looking for you on mobile, so your target audience is looking for quick and relevant information. People are much less patient with their mobile experience than they are on desktop, so if it's UX vs GBX (Google bot experience), optimize your UX first. Remember that Google tries to identify the pages that will make people happiest, so if your searchers are happy with your page, Google will be too. Since the goal is to rank for these fax number list pages for local mobile searches, it's important to include your keyword and location (eg, Fresh Mexican Food in Lindon, Utah | Joe's Taco Shop) where following: Advertising Continue reading below title tag Page title (h1 tag) Contents Alternative text on your images Additionally, your name, address, and phone number should be part of your header, footer, sidebar, or other element of your site that appears on every page. Google uses your address and phone number to determine the relevance of your site to local searches. , if you want to create a positive experience for your mobile site visitors, your site should provide a great mobile experience in two areas: 1. Page load time When it comes to page load times, users are generally more patient on mobile than on desktop. That being said, 49% of mobile users expect a page to load within 10 seconds. 19% of mobile users will abandon a site if it takes more than five seconds to load. If your goal is to create a frictionless experience for your mobile users, fast load times are your friend. To check your mobile charging time for specific mobile devices, click here. For tips on improving your mobile load times, click here. Advertising Continue reading below 2. Mobile friendliness There are several ways to assess your site's mobile-friendliness. If you're worried about the fallout from Mobilegeddon, you can see how Google views your site's mobile-friendliness here. However, mobile friendliness isn't just about pleasing Google bots. If you really want to know if your site is easy to use on mobile, ask people to test your site.
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