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(Entry was posted by Steven �abraxi-taxi� Ciccantelli on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Tuesday, September 6, 2016).

Consensus about mobile friendly website

What is the consensus on your page is not mobile friendly this shows up in Google search.The tests say page is friendly. Some strange stuff going on lately.

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  • Steven �abraxi-taxi� Ciccantelli: What is the consensus on your page is not mobile friendly this shows up in Google search.The tests say page is friendly.Some strange stuff going on lately.
  • Dave Elliott: they are about to get rid of the mobile friendly badge on the serps so it is likely to be a bit strange at the moment.
    
  • Steven �abraxi-taxi� Ciccantelli: It actually has my site is not mobile friendly.But it is mobile friendly when I use search console tool.Are they trying to make me use AMP?
  • Justin Y: I doubt they're trying to make anyone use AMP and I only say that because the average user most likely doesn't know how to apply it to their website. It could be a glitch and I personally don't rely on everything that Google tells me coming from their tools, especially tools like page speed insights etc. 
  • Steven �abraxi-taxi� Ciccantelli: ​ ok seems that the future of Google may be AMP but having that message on my website go me in a bit of a tizzy.Website speed I thought I read was an SEO factor and my speed is slow.Contacting webmaster now to see his views.Google going goofy should be a wet dream for this community.
  • Justin Y: Yeah, I think speed is important. Insights can help point you in the right direction but I don't think all issues reported are 100% necessary. Is your website fully responsive using media queries? 

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