Google Still Figuring Out Issues With The New Mobile Index

Oct 31, 2016 - 8:24 am 15 by

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As you know, Google said the mobile index should be out within months. This mobile index will act as Google's primary index, and Google will crawl the web from a desktop view as a secondary to the mobile view.

But Google is still hard at work at it, like they were over a year ago.

Google's Gary Illyes who broke the news a month or so ago at a conference, said this weekend on Twitter that Google is "still figuring out these issues" when it comes to the mobile index.

A question was posed to Gary by Alan Bleiweiss about corner cases on the mobile index and Gary said they are working on it.

Here is the set of tweets:

So do you think Google is months away when many of these corner cases are still open? I am not sure but who knows.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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