Google Mobile First Indexing Roll Over Half Search Results
Google Mobile First Indexing Roll Over Half Search Results

Google Mobile First Indexing roll over Half Search Results. Mobile First Indexing is the indexing priority of Google in which it now favor Mobile version of a website first over the desktop version.

Google first starts to index the mobile version of a website back in 2016. Back then, it favors the desktop version of a site first. Now, it favors the Mobile version of a website totally in comparison to its desktop version. Google always ask web developers to build their site a responsive one, so that it works beautifully across all devices.

Google don’t start mobile first indexing for a website by default. In fact, Google explains it starts mobile first indexing for a site when it is ready. Also, it give notification to website administrator once it starts mobile first Indexing for a website.

If you own a website, you can test an URL to check whether it is Mobile First Indexed or not. You can do the steps given below.

First open the Google Search Console. Here I am talking about the new search console.

Once open, At top you see the URL inspection tool. Feed your URL there and press enter.

Now, wait for a sec while search console retrieve data from search engine. Once the fetching stops, expand the Coverage section. There if you find Crawled as Google bot Smartphone then, it means the URL is Mobile first Indexed.

Google Search Console Coverage Section
Google Search Console Coverage Section | Image Credits: webmasters.googleblog.com

Not just that, the coverage section also gives you the detail of the last crawl date and time of that URL.

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