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Responsive Design & Mobile SEO: Best Practices for 2013 - Search Engine Journal

Responsive Design & Mobile SEO: Best Practices for 2013 - Search Engine Journal | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
We're shifting into a world in which smartphones and tablets are beginning to rule the roost in terms of connectivity. More people are searching for inform
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The SEO of Responsive Web Design

Will Critchlow announced back in November that Distilled's blog was updated with a new responsive design, but it occurred to me recently that we never went into the specifics of why responsive web design is so great. Responsive design has been a hot topic in online marketing for the past few months, but is it really going to become an industry standard?

 

Short answer: yep.

 

Responsive web design means that you don't have separate mobile, tablet, and PC versions of your site: the site adapts to whatever size screen it's being displayed on. Regardless of what device a visitor is using to access your site, they'll see all of the content you have to offer (no more partial-content mobile versions of sites) and they'll see it in readable way.

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Référencement mobile : avantage responsive ?

Référencement mobile : avantage responsive ? | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
Site mobile et site responsive ont pour objectif commun de répondre aux enjeux soulevés par l'expérience utilisateurs Mais que valent-ils en matière de SEO ? Quelle solution choisir pour faciliter son référencement ?
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Tune-Up Responsive Design Websites to Improve Mobile SEO

A couple weeks back, Google annouced new standards for mobile website design. Among the practices identified on their help pages, responsive design has been singled out as the best option from a search perspective.
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Responsive Design Alone Is Not Mobile SEO - Search Engine Land

Responsive Design Alone Is Not Mobile SEO - Search Engine Land | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
Search Engine LandResponsive Design Alone Is Not Mobile SEOSearch Engine LandFinally, Google and Bing have both made it official that for mobile search, it is best to have One URL to Rule Them All, something I have been advocatin.
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When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO

When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
In my January column I resolved not to discuss the responsive Web design issue anymore, as the One URL versus multiple URL issue is moot now that Google has announced a way to consolidate link equity for equivalent mobile URLs.
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Google Analytics and Responsive Web Design - Introducing Responsive Tracking

Google Analytics and Responsive Web Design - Introducing Responsive Tracking | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
Nowadays, responsive web design has become a common approach for
building mobile-optimized Websites.
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When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO

When Responsive Web Design Is Bad For SEO | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
In my January column I resolved not to discuss the responsive Web design issue anymore, as the One URL versus multiple URL issue is moot now that Google has announced a way to consolidate link equity for equivalent mobile URLs.
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Responsive Web Design : Le guide de référence pour les SEOs

Responsive Web Design : Le guide de référence pour les SEOs | Responsive design & mobile first | Scoop.it
Depuis février, le smartphone a quasiment atteint 50% du marché mobile aux Etats-Unis. 2012 est ENFIN « l'année du mobile », et cela signifie que vous avez besoin vous vous faire votre propre expérience en tant qu'utilisateur.
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