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Google to index websites using mobile versions from July 1

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Google announced that as of July 1, all new websites will be analyzed and sorted based on their own mobile version.

According to TOI, with “Mobile Index First”  Google will check the mobile version of any site to evaluate, index and arrange, rather than the desktop version that was used in the past.

“We are pleased to announce that Mobile Index First will be enabled by default for all sites, starting from July 1, 2019,” Google said in a statement.

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For old and current websites, Google will determine its readiness to “index mobile first” based on equal content, including text, images, videos, links, and data.

“We’ll notify them through Search Console as soon as they’re ready,” said John Mueller, a Google developer.

Google is pleased to see that Mobile Indexing has come a long way. “We are delighted to see how the Web has evolved from focusing on the desktop to becoming a friend of Mobile.

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