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March 28, 2018

Google recently announced they are going to start rolling out their mobile-first indexing, an initiative that allows Google to generate and rank it’s search results based on the mobile version of content on a website. Keep in mind, Google’s always used one single index for serving search results and will always use one. That single index is just changing from desktop to mobile. We’ve all known that throughout the years more users are utilizing mobile searches as opposed to desktop searches. This has been a trend for some time and in 2018 we are seeing mobile searches dominate.  Largely due to this mobile dominance, Google is now going to start crawling and indexing the web as a mobile browser.

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