Google: The 7 Most Common Mistakes When Going Mobile-Friendly

Mar 23, 2015 - 8:40 am 3 by

Google confused userGoogle has published a resource to document the seven most common mistakes they find when webmasters make their web sites mobile-friendly.

Google announced the list on Twitter saying "here's a curated list of mobile mistakes we commonly see."

The seven most common mistakes include:

  1. Blocked JavaScript, CSS and image files - read more
  2. Unplayable content - read more
  3. Faulty redirects - read more
  4. Mobile-only 404s - read more
  5. App download interstitials - read more
  6. Irrelevant cross-links - read more
  7. Slow mobile pages - read more

You have less than a month to make your sites mobile-friendly, so get to it now.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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