How will this impact organic search channel traffic, leads, and revenue? How will this affect site behavior and the infamous Google Analytics “not provided”? We do not know. How will the client's website rank if all of their major competitors have responsive websites? Will competitors' responsive websites essentially pull traffic from the client's website which only has 50% of its desktop content? If so, how will this impact organic search channel traffic, leads, and revenue? Again, we don't know. The companies most at risk are those with no mobile user experience. And yes, we have a few, and they are B2B customers.
How will these desktop-only websites be impacted? If a business has no mobile experience, but most of its competitors have responsive websites or mobile-friendly websites, how much traffic will the business lose? How will this change affect their company employee list SEO revenue? Again, we don't know for sure. What we are pretty confident about is that with SEO, and especially mobile SEO, everything is going to be different in 2017. As an agency, Bruce Clay's SEO team is working with clients to prepare for Mobilegeddon 2,
as they know the update will be coming to our mobile phones in 2017. Our analysts are asking these business questions and working on many simulation scenarios. and action plans. We even ask ourselves simulation questions about PageRank. For example, how will that stupid Google PageRank be changed, if at all, for mobile-first indexing? This question arose recently because of an off-the-cuff tweet from a Google employee.