The user experience always starts with the page load time.
Some time back, Google had introduced ‘mobile-friendly’ labels in mobile search results. This label was added to sites to ensure a good mobile experience by being responsive. This label has recently been removed because Google says 85% of all pages in the mobile search results now meet the criteria of the mobile-friendly label. DOES YOUR WEBSITE MEET THE MOBILE-FRIENDLY CRITERIA? Contact us today!
No business can underestimate the importance of having their website content being displayed correctly and quickly on mobile devices. But, with variants like the internet speed and different screen sizes, reaching out on the mobile web is a challenging task.
Google has always focused on the user, and the user experience has always been the most important ranking factor. The user experience always starts with the page load time. In some countries where the internet speed is not an issue, the page load time totally depends on the technicalities of the page design and development. Every time a web page takes too long to load, the site owner loses a reader/buyer—and also the opportunity to earn revenue through advertising or subscriptions.