Is Your Federal Website Mobile Friendly?

If your federal site’s not mobile friendly, it could lose its ranking in Google’s search results. CTA-Download-button

The majority of today’s customers do more online searches using mobile phones, than any other device.

With mobile searches adding up to over half of Google’s search activity, Google recently adjusted algorithms to support the user experience of millions of  individuals searching the web using smartphones or tablets.

What that means to you.

Google’s updates mean that important federal websites — once ranked #1 on Google’s search results page — could lose the desired top-of-page placement if they’re not mobile friendly.  In fact, those websites could be pushed off the all-important first results page altogether.

Why?  Because if Google’s new algorithms determine your site is not mobile friendly, your website will be ‘demoted’, while other sites that are mobile friendly could take your #1 spot. It’s referred to as Mobilegeddon.

What can you do?

Don’t worry, we have you covered.  Download Aquent Federal’s white paper for tips to ensure your federal website maintains its front page ranking ⎯  and if your website’s not mobile friendly, we give some solutions for getting there.