Have your site managed to survive the recent Mobilegeddon? If you haven’t even heard about it, don’t panic – after all you are still alive. Mobilegeddon began on 21 April, 2015 when Google launched a new search algorithm update that added a new ranking signal prioritizing mobile-friendly websites.
I have had so many conversations or email exchanges with students in the last few years wherein I anger them by indicating that simply saying, "This is my opinion" does not preclude a connected statement from being dead wrong. It still baffles me that some feel those four words somehow...
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