Google has recently announced that they would start increasing the page rank of mobile-friendly websites, and thus decreasing the page rank of those that aren’t. Since the vast majority of users have switched to using their mobile devices as their chosen tool to browse the internet, this move makes a lot of sense. Trying to make a site look good on mobile has become one of the most important tasks of a web developer. However, with this increased demand for mobile-friendly content, you might be worried if your site will qualify as “mobile-friendly” in the eyes of Google.
Thankfully, Google has offered a simple tool that will allow you to determine if any website is considered mobile-friendly or not. You can check out the Mobile-Friendly Test here.
Just enter the URL you want to check, and the tester will begin analyzing the page. It only takes about 10 seconds to check whether your site passes the test or not, and definitely worth trying so you can make sure you are making a site worthy of your mobile users.
Go to Google’s mobile-friendly test and make sure your websites are considered mobile friendly so they don’t lose page rank.