Google dropped rankings of non-mobile sites. How’s yours? Here’s how to check.

Today’s uber-competitive online marketplace is being very clearly defined by its leaders—like Google. Recently, Google changed its search results practices to favor mobile-friendly websites.

What do these changes mean for your website? To begin with, it means those top rankings that your site has achieved prior to Google’s new practices will no longer be there for you, unless your site is optimized for mobile viewing and functionality.

It also means that the method in which your customers found you yesterday may not work today.

WebCraft, the proprietary developers of the Vines OS platform for wineries, can help.

Being mobile-friendly is much more than existing passively on the Web. Mobile-friendly websites offer quick access from any device, top search results visibility, and intuitively-designed calls to action.

The importance of making sure your website is aligned with Google’s newly revamped search results algorithms is discussed in this recent Bloomberg article, Google Opens Door to Mobilegeddon by Changing Search Results.

Find out this moment how your current website stacks up. Use Google’s mobile friendly testing tool  to see if your site passes the test. If it doesn’t, call WebCraft today. We can re-design your current site to make it mobile-friendly and ensure that it continues to achieve optimum search results, anytime, anywhere, from any device.

If it doesn’t, call WebCraft today at 408-705-4111. We can re-design your current site to make it mobile-friendly and ensure that it continues to achieve optimum search results, anytime, anywhere, from any device.