Google Moving to Mobile Index First

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Google has started moving to Mobile Index First. This means in the near future your site will be indexed based on the mobile version of your site and not the desktop version. If your site has different content for mobile, this could affect you big time.

Watch the video for a visual impression of what this update can do to your desktop site.



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