Only 11% Said There Were Traffic Changes Since Google's Mobile Friendly Update

Jun 1, 2015 - 8:12 am 3 by

google mobile resultsThe Google mobile friendly update was one of the most talked about updates prior to it being released (well, Google doesn't pre-announce stuff like this) and truth is, it was barely talked about after its release. Why? Well, the ranking changes and traffic changes, to most, were unrecognizable.

Only 11% said in our poll, which had a thousand responses, that the mobile friendly update resulted in changes in their traffic or rankings in Google. Only 11%!

65% said there were no real changes at all. 11% said only sometimes and 13% were still unsure a week or so after it was released!

Google Mobilegeddon poll results

I don't think the poll would change much today, in fact, I think that 65% number would be closer to 75% or 80%.

Disclaimer: Please see my poll disclaimer post before coming to any conclusions on these results.

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

 

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