Google’s new mobile-friendliness “mandate” shouldn’t be seen as a problem – it should be seen as an opportunity, writes Itai Sadan, CEO of the DIY mobile site builder Duda.
The search engine giant suggests three main ways to build mobile-friendly websites: traditional responsive web design, dynamic serving, and having a separate mobile site (usually a “m.” domain).
But Sadan writes that these three methods aren’t always enough to pass Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test (which you should try out as well). There are general design guidelines and redirection issues you should pay attention to.
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