Advertising Continue reading below What positions you for visibility (or audibility) is that your pages are fast, understandable by Google, and mobile-friendly. Cindy Krum, Founder and CEO, MobileMoxie Cindy KrumI think the big new thing in the SEO world will Photo Background Removing be Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). Google is pretty optimistic about this, as they make websites behave more like apps, including having app icons on a phone's desktop and even working offline. They tend to load faster, like an AMP webpage too. It brings together a lot of good things. If you have an existing responsive design website, it's not that hard to start making updates that will help it become a PWA. You can add and bind an app manifest, which is really easy, then add and register a 'service worker', which is a bit more difficult, but still not terribly difficult. Once that's done, you have a basic PWA.
Advertising Continue reading below Google's Malte Ubl announced a new way to use AMP code to make PWA work in mobile Safari, which has historically been one of the biggest stumbling blocks for developer adoption of PWA setups. Google has announced that Photo Background Removing it will let PWA load its APK, which means they are treating them even more like apps. For example, it's the first logical step Google should take before doing something like allowing PWAs to rank in app bundles or letting PWAs compete for rankings and attention in the Google Play Store. . Probably, this is an important part of 'mobile-first' and directional indexing important for the Photo Background Removing future if SEO. Casey Markee, Founder, Media Wise Casey MarkeeGoogle's push toward Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP), its recent war on mobile interstitials, its adoption of a mobile-first index, HTTPS, and page speed is one thing: increasing UX.
With mobile traffic surpassing desktop traffic globally in 2016 and a growing majority of all searches now having local intent, I suspect you will continue to see an acceleration from Google in 2017 on these site pages and results that load quickly, promote a Photo Background Removing superior UX experience, and provide a quick response to an identified query. Advertising Continue reading below I think you'll see this more prominently in 2017 with AMP content. Google's Maile Ohye presented some great data on AMP at State of Search last November and commented that in one study Google saw a 23% increase in mobile users within seven days of a first visit . AMP. Google has tricked out their AMP site with lots of case study information and this should be required reading for all SEOs heading into the new year. The biggest complaint about AMP in 2016 was that most site Photo Background Removing owners "didn't get it" and that the actual lightning bolt symbol for AMP mistakenly communicated a subtext of danger that could have mistakenly led people on mobile, especially older baby boomers, to associate AMP content as “risky.