20 Apr '15, 12pm

How Quickly Will Google Notice My Site Is Mobile Friendly?

A common question I see is once I go through the effort of making my site mobile friendly for Google's mobile friendly algorithm , how long will it take Google to notice the change and rank my web pages accordingly? I tested this a few times and it really depends on how much content on the site changes on a regular basis. It can range from as soon as a few hours to well over 72-hours for all your pages. There are some tricks to speed up the process, which I will explain below. On Friday, I changed over a very static site that is rarely updated from being non-mobile friendly to being mobile friendly. As soon as the new site was live, I first tested it in the mobile friendly testing tool and it validated. Then I used Google's Fetch and Render tool in Google Webmaster Tools to resubmit the top pages of the site to Google, so they can fetch those changes sooner than the less i...

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