Google will soon change the way how the search engine recommends websites on smartphones wherein it will favour those websites that Google defines as “mobile-friendly” and make them appear at the top of the rankings. Also Read - Google Pay disappears from Apple App Store, users could face payment issues
According to Stuff.co.nz, websites that do not meet the description will be demoted in Google search results on smartphones while those meeting the criteria will appear in top rankings. Also Read - Google Pixel 4a sold out in 30 minutes at Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale
Google’s new formula will have a huge impact on how and where people spend their money, provided more people are relying on their smartphones to compare products in stores and look for restaurants. Also Read - Google Meet app for Android gets new interface and features
Itai Sadan, CEO of website-building service Duda said that some sites will see a drastic change in the number of people visiting their websites from mobile devices.