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Page speed of mobile sites soon a Google Rank factor

carolinemurphy
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Page speed of mobile sites soon a Google Rank factor

Hello,

The speed of your mobile pages currently doesn't impact your mobile rankings, but soon it may, says Gary Illyes of Google.

http://searchengineland.com/google-says ... ths-250874
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Earlier Google said, responsive web design is a ranking signal and now mobile page speed. I am really tired doing SEO.
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Few months later google says that it provide the ranking to the websites according to their page load time.
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This is not surprising given that a lot of people are now using their mobile phones to browse, search, and purchase online. Plese take note that Google does not implement these Google factors as a way for websites to comply BUT they implement these things based on the market trend and how users utilize the search engine. Google implements these factors to provide users the most convenient way of searching the Internet using the search engine.
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After the last update my website a littl;e bit lost position and traffic. After the previous update it grew up. The content I added without spam and didn';t spam with the links, everything was okey, but.. There were some issues with the website availability as there was 1 DDOSs attack and one time the server was not available and about the half of a day the site was offline. Can it be the reason of the fall positions and traffic reducing?
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besupernatural wrote:After the last update my website a littl;e bit lost position and traffic. After the previous update it grew up. The content I added without spam and didn';t spam with the links, everything was okey, but.. There were some issues with the website availability as there was 1 DDOSs attack and one time the server was not available and about the half of a day the site was offline. Can it be the reason of the fall positions and traffic reducing?


Yes, a downtime can be the reason why you lost rank. If you can still see your page/s are indexed on Google, then just continue building links.
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maryt wrote:
besupernatural wrote:After the last update my website a littl;e bit lost position and traffic. After the previous update it grew up. The content I added without spam and didn';t spam with the links, everything was okey, but.. There were some issues with the website availability as there was 1 DDOSs attack and one time the server was not available and about the half of a day the site was offline. Can it be the reason of the fall positions and traffic reducing?


Yes, a downtime can be the reason why you lost rank. If you can still see your page/s are indexed on Google, then just continue building links.


Oh..Great. The last Panda algorithm update was recently, so I almost thought it was it, but I don't think I have a bad quality cotent. So how do you think after how much time can I restore the previous positions?
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besupernatural wrote:
maryt wrote:
besupernatural wrote:After the last update my website a littl;e bit lost position and traffic. After the previous update it grew up. The content I added without spam and didn';t spam with the links, everything was okey, but.. There were some issues with the website availability as there was 1 DDOSs attack and one time the server was not available and about the half of a day the site was offline. Can it be the reason of the fall positions and traffic reducing?


Yes, a downtime can be the reason why you lost rank. If you can still see your page/s are indexed on Google, then just continue building links.


Oh..Great. The last Panda algorithm update was recently, so I almost thought it was it, but I don't think I have a bad quality cotent. So how do you think after how much time can I restore the previous positions?


I honestly do not know as to when you'll get those rankings back; only Google knows. Just continue working with your onsite and offsite SEO and then check the rankings from time to time.
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Thanks For Upadting this Information @carolinemurphy
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