• incrediblehelp

    I think mobile SEO will finally because a huge deal to people. Sure handheld search is more and more like regular search, but just making sure your website appears right on the handheld is big.

  • http://www.megastarmedia.com socialnetworksoftware

    I agree with incrediblehelp…those companies who focus on mobile seo now will stand to benefit.

  • Jill Whalen

    @incrediblehelp and @socialnetworksoftware I think it really will depend on your type of website and its target market.

    Certainly local bricks and mortar places like restaurants and the like need to be mobile friendly, but not so sure about your average B2B company that sells chemicals or whatever necessarily needs to worry about it — yet at least.

  • http://www.suburban-glory.com/ AndyW

    “Google itself has had the most impact on this by ensuring that no two people will always see the same search results”

    What does this mean?

  • http://www.highrankings.com/newsletter/ Jill Whalen

    @AndyW what that means is that everyone sees different search results depending on their location and their personalization settings, whether they are logged into their Google accounts, previous searches they may have made, etc.

    Which is why running ranking reports is an exercise in futility.