30 Sep '15, 12pm

Google: We Are Still Experimenting With Mobile Only Index

Gary Illyes from Google put down a pretty interesting tweet on Twitter saying that Google is still working on a mobile only index even though right now they only have a desktop index . The way Gary said it was like when a teacher gives a student a strict warning about what might or might not be on the upcoming final. Gary said, "please don't assume we WON'T have different indexing for mobile." Adding "we are still experimenting, but it may happen." @localseoguide please don't assume we WON'T have different indexing for mobile. We are still experimenting, but it may happen — Gary Illyes (@methode) September 28, 2015 Today Gary is on a panel at SMX East specifically around mobile SEO topics, so maybe I'll bring it up, if he does not. Do you think Google will eventually release a mobile only index?

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