Preface: Design and build a mobile version of the site
Here’s we explain and present the Guideline build a mobile version of the site(SEO starter guide). Here’s some part of the Seo Google Guide.this article about the meaning of anchor text/ content of the linked page and influence of it on SEO. this article explains anchor text tips.
Notify Google of the mobile version of your site
Set up the mobile version of the site to be indexed correctly
The world seems to be moving more and more rapidly towards mobile use, and users are now browsing the Internet in large numbers. So many people are using the mobile version of Google’s search engine every day. However, it is difficult for a webmaster to design the site and control its mobile version. Mobile versions of the site not only look different than their desktop versions, but they also differ in how they manage and manage pages. This poses a lot of challenges for webmasters and in some cases, Google search engines are unable to properly analyze and index the site and have problems with their website SEO. Below are some tips to help you solve these problems and challenges.
Make sure your site’s mobile version is indexed by Google robots
If your site does not appear in Google mobile search results, there may be one or both of the following issues in your site.
Problem One: Google’s robot may not be able to find the mobile version of your site
Google’s robot should be able to analyze the site and crawl its pages. If you have just implemented your site recently this may be a problem and you may not be aware of it. In that case, as we mentioned in the site map effect on SEO, create a mobile sitemap and upload it to your web host and introduce it to Google.
Second problem: Google’s robot may not be able to access the mobile version of your site
Some mobile versions of websites do not allow access to any device other than mobile phones, making Google robots inaccessible to the mobile version of the site and not indexing pages. The name of Google’s User-Agent is “Googlebot-Mobile”. If you have such a restriction on your site, add this name to the list of exceptions so that Google’s robot can access the mobile version of the site. You should keep in mind that Google’s User-Agent name may change from time to time, and it is advisable to use other methods to identify Google’s robot. It is recommended that you identify the Google bot from the User-Agent header, which in any case contains the word “Googlebot-Mobile”. You can also detect this robot through DNA.
Make sure Google can detect the site’s mobile URLs
After crawling and analyzing mobile URLs, Google tests the display of these pages on mobile, and if these pages are not visible on mobile, they will not show them in the search results. This restriction, however, has nothing to do with displaying the site in the desktop version. This problem depends on many factors, but one of the most common causes is the lack of Xhtml or Html compact language in mobile page design. If the pages are identifiable and displayed by Google, those pages will appear in search results.
The Meaning of Idioms
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is an XML-format sitemap containing mobile site version URLs. Creating this type of sitemap and introducing it to Google alerts Google’s robots to the existence of a mobile version and indexes its pages.
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XHTML stands for Extensible HyperText Markup Language and improvements The finding is in HTML language. In other words, it is a standardized version of HTML and partly a combination of HTML and XML. In other words, it uses HTML elements and tags and XML rules and regulations.
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is an edited version of Html and is used to build pages. Used by mobile browsers.
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is the name of the software, its version, and other basic information that is reported when browsing web pages to the source site.
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Launch the mobile and desktop version of the site
One of the most common problems with site designers and webmasters who use both mobile and desktop versions of the site is to move them together on the Google search results page. The desktop version appears on Google’s mobile search page and the mobile version of Google’s desktop search page. There are two solutions to this problem.
Redirect mobile users to the correct version of the site
When a mobile user or Google mobile robot enters the desktop version of the site, you can redirect them to the mobile version of the same page. Conversely, when a desktop user or Google bot enters the mobile version of the site, you can redirect them to the desktop version of the same page. In this case, Google will notice the connection between the two pages and after a while, you will see that each user logs in to the appropriate version of the site.
If you are redirecting users this way, keep in mind that the contents of both versions of the site are as similar as possible. For example, if you have a storefront site and are redirecting a mobile user to a specific product page and redirecting from desktop to mobile version, make sure the user is redirected to the same product page and transferred to the homepage Don’t. It is sometimes observed that some site owners are using such redirects to illegally increase their site rank. But this will cause a negative user experience and users will not return to such sites again. Therefore, when using such redirects, the risk of this action should also be kept in mind not to endanger the SEO site.
On the other hand, if there is access to the mobile version of the site for desktop and Google bot users, it is not mandatory to redirect pages to the desktop version. Although Google does not redirect from desktop to desktop for desktop users, you can still link the desktop version of that page to the mobile version. This can be very useful when the mobile version is not complete and does not display all the page content. By letting users link, you can go to the desktop version of the page if you wish.
The Meaning of Idioms
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The automatic move from one site page to another specified page is called.
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Switch between the mobile and desktop versions depending on the type of user device
Many websites use the same URL for the mobile and desktop version of each page and display the appropriate version based on the device the user enters. The only difference in the two versions is the difference in content display format, which is slightly changed. This design is called responsive design. So in this case, both the mobile and desktop user types use a URL, but the content display is tailored to the user’s device.
Keep in mind that if you make inaccurate settings on this site, you may be accused of hiding from Google and the site will be deleted from Google search pages. Hiding means that you try to show two different versions of page content to users and search engines. This will make the content that the search engines display on the results page one thing and cause irrelevant content when the user enters the site by clicking on the search result. So Google’s hiding is taken very seriously and will be hard to deal with.
So keep in mind that the content type for both Google Desktop and Google Mobile Robots should be the same, and the only differences you are allowed to make are the page layouts. Also, note that the page content and format should be completely identical for the mobile user and the Google mobile robot. The same content and format should be in place for desktop users and Google desktop robots.
An example of unintended errors in Google’s hiding is that the desktop user, upon logging in, receives an error message that the user must log in with his mobile device. But Google’s mobile robot and desktop don’t get the message, and Google deletes your page for that reason.