How to Check if Your Site is Mobile Ready

March 11, 2015 – 8:44 am | by Steve
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So if you manage a site / blog that drives a high volume of traffic and you just came across Google’s most recent announcement of ranking mobile friendly sites higher in search rank – you must have asked yourself, is my site mobile ready? Visit these top 3 sources to check if your site is mobile ready or not.

Google’s recent announcement of ranking mobile friendly sites higher in search rank has clearly moved the internet to adapt itself to smartphones. The decision was made based on changing trends in how users are connecting to the internet and accessing information online.

site is mobile ready

Not only this, there has been a massive change on how businesses are getting ready to be mobile first. Especially the popularity of BYOD (bring your own device) concept has not only lead to web systems being mobile responsive but also web portal that are consumer facing are being tailored to fit several smartphone displays.

To check if your site is mobile ready, here are top 3 sources you can check through:

3. W3C MobileOK checker

W3C MobileOK Checker

W3C MobileOK Checker

It no rocket science to check if your site is mobile ready with W3C MobileOK checker. You just have to paste the link of your site and it runs through it with a checklist to make sure you have followed the necessary guidelines to make your site look mobile ready.

2. Ready.mobi

Ready.mobi

Ready.mobi

Another top source that helps you figure out if you have a mobile friendly site. The tool allows you to configure the checks yourself which you feel you need a confirmation on. It is recommended for someone who are a level up on the tech part.

1. Mobile Friendly Test by Google

Mobile Friendly Test by Google

Mobile Friendly Test by Google

On top of our list is the mobile friendly test by none other than Goolge itself. All you need to do is insert a link of your site and the tool will scan your entire site / blog, page by page while giving you a brief report on how Googlebot sees your site. The tool also provides you with documentation and guidelines on how to improve your site’s experience and make it mobile friendly.

So if you haven’t had your site mobile friendly as yet, start with any of the sources given above or read through more of our content on quick steps to make your site mobile friendly.

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