Mobile SEO: The Ultimate Guide

By March 16, 2017 Uncategorized

Mobile SEO: How It’s Evolved

A few years ago, mobile SEO barely mattered. Everyone searched, shopped, and purchased on their desktops. We found restaurants, products, and services on our computers.

But times have changed.

Mobile search queries outpaced desktop in 2015, and the gap keeps growing. When people Google something on their smartphone, they only look at the first couple of results. And when they visit your site, they expect it to load fast and look gorgeous on mobile–or they’ll bounce and find a site that does.

Doing mobile SEO well–from making your site responsive, to making it blazing fast; from optimizing for local searches, to doing mobile-specific keyword research–isn’t easy. It’s a whole different beast from desktop SEO.

But if you can do it, you can expect to reap the rewards as you show up at the top of Google for people looking to make a purchase decision.

In this guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know to dominate the mobile SERPs.

CHAPTER 1
Mobile Web Design Fundamentals

Not sure what responsive web design is or how to make your site mobile-friendly? A mobile-friendly site is the foundation of mobile SEO, because Google’s not going to rank pages high in its mobile index unless they’re optimized for mobile. But don’t worry; these resources will help you make your site responsive so it looks gorgeous on every device.

CHAPTER 2
How to Drive Traffic Using Rich Cards

Rich Cards are dominating the mobile SERPs. If you can get a rich card for your best keywords, users will start flocking to your site because you’ll take up almost half the SERP real estate. Here’s how to use structured data to make sure your web pages show up as rich cards.

CHAPTER 3

Making Your Site Blazing Fast (Which Google Loves!)

These days, it’s critical that your site is blazing fast–especially on mobile. If your site loads slowly, visitors will bounce and head to a site that doesn’t. Here’s how to make your site as fast as possible.

CHAPTER 4
Using Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) to Drive Even More Traffic

AMP is the new frontier of mobile SEO, because AMP pages are lightning-fast. Here’s everything you need to know to start building AMP pages that rank today.

CHAPTER 5
Dominating Your Local Competitors with Local SEO

Most mobile queries are local–think, “Italian restaurant near me.” And local queries are often transactional. If you can optimize for local searches, you’ll be on the fast track to more customers and more revenue.

CHAPTER 6
App Indexing: The Secret Your Competitors Aren’t Doing

If you have an app, it can be indexed. You’ll learn how Google indexes app content and what you can do to help searchers find your app.

CHAPTER 7
Mobile Keyword Research

People search in different ways on their smartphones than on their desktops. You’ll learn how to find mobile-specific queries so you can invest your time optimizing for the searches that matter.

CHAPTER 8
Converting Traffic to Buyers with Mobile CRO

Even if you get all the traffic in the world, if you can’t convert it, it’s just a number. In this section, you’ll learn how to turn mobile traffic into sales, leads, and customers.

CHAPTER 9
The Web’s Most Advanced Mobile SEO Resources

Done with the basics? Welcome to the advanced tactics that will help you take your mobile game to the next level.

CHAPTER 10
Mind-Blowing Mobile SEO Case Studies–Tactics That Really Work

In this section, you’ll see how, “in the trenches” SEOs and web designers have used tactics like app indexing, AMP, and responsive web design to grow their business. If they can do it, so can you!

Interested in top-tier SEO for your website? Colorado SEO Pros can help.

Chris Rodgers is CEO & Founder of Colorado SEO Pros, a boutique SEO agency providing a suite of inbound marketing services for small and mid-sized organizations. Chris has been working in the SEO and digital marketing industry for over 10 years and aspires to provide a better class of SEO and inbound marketing services to industry leaders across a variety of verticals. Connect with Chris on Twitter.

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