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Responsive Design Won’t Hurt Your SEO!

For SEO value, Matt states responsive design is the smarter way to go for SEO, primarily because you can have issues when creating a mobile version of the page if you aren’t implementing it correctly. Luckily there are 1000’s of Responsive WordPress Themes.

With mobile traffic gaining more market share over the past few years, it’s more important than ever for websites to have a mobile version of their webpage, a specific version tailored to smaller screens and fast load time. And with it has come a wider adoption of using responsive design for mobile users versus the traditional mobile sites.

In the eyes of Google, does response design or traditional mobile design leverage a higher SEO value? Fortunately, Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts tackled this issue in a recent webmaster help video.

Responsive Design vs. a Mobile Site

First, a lot of people have questions about what exactly is a responsive design. It is definitely something that’s newer, and many webmasters still don’t have a lot of experience designing with it. However, responsive design quickly becoming the go-to format and is gaining exponential popularity because of the way it scales for any type of screen size, whether it’s a desktop or an iPhone.

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