30 Apr '15, 4pm

Google Testing Faster & Lightweight Mobile Search & Optimizing Your Web Page For Slow Connections

Google announced they are not just enabling a Google Lite for slow mobile connections on their search results page, but they are also testing optimizing your web pages after the searcher clicks from the mobile search results to your web site. Google is basically showing them a toned down version of your web page, stripping out the heavy images and files, on a special Google URL. Google said they are testing this in Indonesia for users on slow connections such as 2G speed. Google said the tests have shown thus far to load four times faster than the original page and use 80% fewer bytes, plus they saw a 50% increase in traffic to these optimized pages. Google added a help page that lets you test your web page through the optimized Google version. The URL is http://icl.googleusercontent.com/?lite_url=[your_website_URL], replace [your_website_URL] with your URL, for example, t...

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/google-testing-faster-lightwe...

Tweets

Google Testing Faster & Lightweight Mobile Sear...

searchengineland.com 04 May '15, 3am

Google announced they are not just enabling a Google Lite for slow mobile connections on their search results page, but th...

SearchCap: Google Speeds Up The Web, Expedia Go...

searchengineland.com 30 Apr '15, 8pm

Wanted: Session Ideas For SMX East Describe your “must see” topics and improve your odds of speaking by sharing your best ...

Is Google Showing Fewer Ads Per Search?

searchengineland.com 30 Apr '15, 1pm

Google’s Q1 2015 earning report showed that paid clicks on Google websites were up 25% year-over-year, while average cost-...

Google Mobile Search Tests Colored Dots In Result Snippets

Google Mobile Search Tests Colored Dots In Resu...

searchengineland.com 29 Apr '15, 4pm

A reader based in Almaty City, Kazakhstan, using the Chrome browser on his Android device, spotted a new Google mobile sea...

The Mobile Search Survival Guide

searchenginewatch.com 29 Apr '15, 1pm

With Google’s recent mobile algorithm update, businesses of all sizes are clamoring to remain relevant in Google mobile se...

Expedia Adds Emoji Hotel To Their Title Tags To...

searchengineland.com 30 Apr '15, 2pm

A week ago, we reported that Google began displaying Emoji in the desktop search results . We anticipated that search mark...

Need a #bitcoin #donation button web page made?

Need a #bitcoin #donation button web page made?

bitcoinrush.co.nf 10 May '15, 4pm

Click or scan the image above or send bitcoin to this bitcoin address 1MRE5MqKLiizevgjKa2ejZjZKFYnuVu1jF

Does the Page Match the Search?

searchenginewatch.com 06 May '15, 1pm

Google doesn’t always get it right. But most search professionals already know that. Most of us have witnessed numerous in...

Google: The Mobile Friendly Algorithm Has Fully...

searchengineland.com 01 May '15, 12pm

Google has confirmed with me that the mobile friendly algorithm is now fully rolled out to all data centers and fully in p...

hello, friday! hello, new page of balderdash!

balderdashcomic.com 01 May '15, 4am

Georgie found that Falk was easy to talk to, even before sunrise (a rare trait in anyone, honestly). Between him and Fabi,...

Google AdWords Livestream News: New Tools & For...

searchengineland.com 05 May '15, 4pm

Earlier this year, Google made waves in the auto insurance industry in introducing Google Compare stateside . As anticipat...

Google Launches New Mobile Ad Units, Reveals Mo...

searchenginejournal.com 06 May '15, 3am

Facebook Twitter Google Linkedin Pinterest Two bits of news came out of the Google camp today, both of which are related t...

Google Mobile Showing Desktop Interface For Some?

Google Mobile Showing Desktop Interface For Some?

seroundtable.com 11 May '15, 12pm

As we get more and more use to viewing web sites specifically rendered for the mobile view on our devices, seeing large si...

But First, A Word From Our Sponsors...

seobook.com 06 May '15, 3pm

Is placing a 300x250 ad unit on top of a high-end mobile optimized page considered a policy violation? Yes, this would be ...