I received an email from Google today which stated that 'We would like to make you aware that there has been a Google Mobile algorithm change, which took place on Tuesday, 21st April 2015' and was able to check that both my sites are now mobile friendly. They both passed the test with an AWESOME - Thank you so much for all the hard work you have put in. It is appreciated.
Yes, I'm very appreciative that HP already considered the importance of optimizing the site for mobile quite awhile back. I also made sure my own sites were mobile friendly. Going to look forward to seeing if all this has an effect since the algorithm update for mobile in Google.
Aw, shucks. Thanks so much for the kind words, Sally! It's thanks to Paul Edmondson's foresight and the efforts of our wonderful Engineering Team. We're lucky to have them!
I do appreciate the foresight and efforts made to make HubPages a better site.
Thank you for sharing that AWESOME, Sally.
Upwards and onwards!
How did Google know to contact you like this? I haven't checked mine but am curious that they would have informed you about this but not others. Am I missing something? How did you check? Thanks.
I think everyone got that email. The way email accounts are default configured by the hosts these days, it will probably be a snark hunt to find which folder though.
I got an e-mail. This might help.
https://developers.google.com/webmaster … t-started/
That´s a good news. I keep on checking my hubs if they are mobile friendly.
Between what I'm seeing on Quantcast and Google Analytics....
HP! YOU HAVE DONE GOOD!!!
Just checked quantcast. Things are looking good.
I also received the same email and was pleased to find that all my sites were mobile friendly.
by Luis E Gonzalez 3 years ago
I found this site from Google that analyses your HP account and lets you know if it is mobile friendly. So far mine seems OK. Enter your profile's url address and click on "analyse"https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … -friendly/
by Christy Kirwan 3 years ago
Happy Monday! Here's hoping it's short and heavily caffeinated.Check out today's Blog Post for information on Google's upcoming Mobile-Friendly algorithm change.
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
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by Colleen Swan 4 years ago
Hi, I read the recent recommendation that the best hub layout for mobile devices is to have al your capsules set to full width. Problem is that for text and advert capsules one is unable to set a background color unless you float right. I use the Amazon ads, and when in full width with the white...
by Shasta Matova 3 years ago
My hubs don't get enough traffic to be in the HubPro program, but I think they could use some help. This hub gets Pinterest traffic but it does not get much search engine traffic. Please tell me what I can do to improve it.http://millionairetips.hubpages.com/hub … ing-BudgetI really...
by Justin Muir 6 years ago
Are there any ways to make hubs more "Mobile" friendly?A billion people own mobile phones or some kind of mobile device. So I feel like making hubs more mobile friendly is something I should keep in mind. Anyone know how?
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