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The same study revealed that in 2015, 70% of websites on the first page of Google were optimized for mobile device viewing. Among these 70% of first-page search results that were mobile friendly, conversion rates tended <strong>to skyrocket after the switch.</strong> El mismo estudio reveló que en 2015, el 70 % de las web en la primera página de Google fueron optimizados para la visualización de dispositivos móviles. Entre estos 70 % de los resultados de búsqueda de primera página que eran compatibles con móviles, las tasas de conversión tendían a <strong>dispararse después del cambio.</strong> Details
The same study revealed that in 2015, 70% of websites on the first page of Google were optimized for mobile device viewing. Among these 70% of first-page search results that were mobile friendly, conversion rates tended <strong>to skyrocket after the switch.</strong>
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2019-08-12 15:54:37 GMT
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Since April 2015, Google officially started rewarding mobile-friendly websites and penalizing sites that were not mobile-friendly in its the search rankings. A study by <a href="https://www.bluecorona.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Blue-Corona-Case-Study-Why-Go-Mobile-Friendly.pdf">Blue Corona</a> revealed that websites that did not switch to mobile-friendly platforms before the update in 2015 were hit with a hefty 50%+ traffic reduction penalty. This penalty came because Google dropped their SEO rankings, which resulted in fewer people seeing and clicking these websites. Desde abril de 2015, Google comenzó oficialmente a premiar webs compatibles con móviles y penalizar sitios que no eran aptos para móviles en su clasificación de búsqueda. Un estudio de <a href="https://www.bluecorona.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Blue-Corona-Case-Study-Why-Go-Mobile-Friendly.pdf">Blue Corona</a> reveló que las webs que no cambiaban a plataformas compatibles con móviles antes de la actualización en 2015 fueron golpeados con una penalización de reducción de tráfico de más del 50 %. Esta penalización se debió a que Google abandonó sus clasificaciones de SEO, lo que dio lugar a que menos personas visiten y hagan clic en estas webs. Details
Since April 2015, Google officially started rewarding mobile-friendly websites and penalizing sites that were not mobile-friendly in its the search rankings. A study by <a href="https://www.bluecorona.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Blue-Corona-Case-Study-Why-Go-Mobile-Friendly.pdf">Blue Corona</a> revealed that websites that did not switch to mobile-friendly platforms before the update in 2015 were hit with a hefty 50%+ traffic reduction penalty. This penalty came because Google dropped their SEO rankings, which resulted in fewer people seeing and clicking these websites.
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The number of U.S. users who only use desktops is decreasing. The number fell from 25 million in 2015 to 18 million in 2017. It should drop to 11 million by 2021 (<a href="https://www.wiredseo.com/mobile-marketing-statistics-2017/">Wiredseo</a>). El número de usuarios estadounidenses que solo usan ordenadores de escritorio está disminuyendo. El número cayó de 25 millones en 2015 a 18 millones en 2017. Debería caer a 11 millones en 2021 (<a href="https://www.wiredseo.com/mobile-marketing-statistics-2017/">Wiredseo</a>). Details
The number of U.S. users who only use desktops is decreasing. The number fell from 25 million in 2015 to 18 million in 2017. It should drop to 11 million by 2021 (<a href="https://www.wiredseo.com/mobile-marketing-statistics-2017/">Wiredseo</a>).
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