Starting today or 18th November 2014, Google will be adding an indication of mobile friendly label to mobile search results. Sites or blogs that are categorize as mobile friendly will receive the so call mobile friendly label. Googlebot will go through your blog or site and check for the following criteria.
-Avoids software that is not common on mobile devices, like Flash
-Uses text that is readable without zooming
-Sizes content to the screen so users don’t have to scroll horizontally or zoom
-Places links far enough apart so that the correct one can be easily tapped
Check out the blog post title “Helping users find mobile-friendly pages” from Official Google Webmaster Center for details about making your blog or site mobile friendly. Guides and tools are available to help tune your blog or site.
Given the fact that Google is starting to filter out blogs and websites for mobile, we need to make sure that our blogs and sites are compatible with mobile or in other words mobile friendly in order to stay on top of Google search results. Remember that the number of mobile users will continue to grow and so does the potential of money making opportunities within. Don’t let Google push your blog or site away by not labeling mobile friendly.