Mobilegeddon: Is Google Really Ranking Mobile Sites Higher?

When looking at the top ten positions on page one as a whole, 77 percent of the top 10 results were mobile-friendly.


Earlier this year, Google set into motion #Mobilegeddon — a challenge to websites looking for higher ranking by upgrading to a mobile-responsive format. Sites that lacked a mobile presence were ranked lower in Google’s algorithm.

According to a recent study of more than 1,000 important e-commerce keywords by Moovweb, the percentage of mobile-friendly results in the top keyword position was 83. When looking at the top ten positions on page one as a whole, 77 percent of the top 10 results were mobile-friendly.

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