How to Signal Your Mobile Design Configuration to Search Engines for Quick Index

After Google confirms Intentions for Mobile Search, now its time to tell browsers that your blog is mobile friendly.

This is a very important step for getting higher page rank in Google search pages.

Having a responsive design will lead you to the next level blogging.

As you all know 6 out of 10 (a thought only) people have smartphone for surfing internet.

If you have a responsive website or blog then all the people on globe can reader your article and also you can earn money.
Signal Your Mobile Design Configuration to Search Engines and Browsers
Keep in mind without a Responsive Web Design you can't run with latest technologies.

There are many web-developers available to do this work for you, I am also available.

But! What is sound if I say you can do it freely without any cost ? Probably nice, Now go and read full article.
  • Google is providing a timeline to encourage those who haven’t already adapted their websites to mobile to begin making this transition. This means that you should work toward having a mobile-friendly website by April 21 because it is apparent that Google intends to reward mobile-friendly websites with better rankings in mobile search. Likewise, websites that are not mobile-friendly may very well experience a dramatic decline in mobile rankings. via Search Engine Watch
For now, All web-developers can create a responsive website/blog.

But! Many of them don't know how they can tell the browser that blog is mobile-friendly.
This is really a needy step for powering your blog. As Google tell us we can easily do this.

Signal Your Mobile Design Configuration to Search Engines and Browsers

This is a very easy and higher resulting method. Just copy following HTML tag and add it to your blog's design.
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
Customizations of ViewPort tag:

If you want to set an initial-scale, you can also add or replace the below attributes in the viewport tag (do it at your own risk):
  • maximum-scale
  • minimum-scale
  • user-scalable
When added, these settings can disable the user’s ability to zoom-in or out the viewport, potentially causing accessibility issues with readers of your blog.

See a example below for knowing the importance of viewport tag.
Before and After adding viewport Tag
That's all I want to tell you.

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Forget the common mistakes in mobile seo of your blog. Keep Blogging! :)