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(Entry was posted by K Neeraj Kayastha on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Wednesday, February 25, 2015).

SERP in android in incognito mode

Today I saw such results in SERP in android in incognito mode, see screenshots. slow in RED. So the speed of webpages is now being taken into account for in Search Engine Result Pages.
Please discuss and confirm. Have anybody noticed this already...

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  • K Neeraj Kayastha: Today I saw such results in SERP in android in incognito mode, see screenshots. <b>slow</b> in RED. So the speed of webpages is now being taken into account for in Search Engine Result Pages.
    Please discuss and confirm. Have anybody noticed this already...
    
  • Ramesh Singh: I don&#39;t see this change in my mobile. May be Google testing this new feature. ;
  • Promoz SEO: Not showing for all keywords. So hopefully it is under testing right now and soon going to be rolled out across all searches.
    But it&#39;s a good move for better UX.
    LOL.... They are showing youtube. :)
  • Daniel Foley: I tried replicating this on a phone which did not report my location, using a wifi data connection and Chrome in incognito mode, couldn&#39;t get it to appear?
  • Tim Capper: i cant replicate, so most likely you caught some testing
  • K Neeraj Kayastha: I had searched <b>neeraj kumar</b> and these are first 2 pages.
    I again tried to get same results but in vain.
  • Hyderali Shaikh: I hope  ;is aware of this new testing. ;
  • Menachem Rosenbaum: it is strange that and google scholar are slow.
    you&#39;d think that Google sites are fast!? but I just tested youtube home page on PageSpeed Insights and the result is only 61/100 but scholar has a 97/100 
  • Oziti: Couldn&#39;t replicate. Thanks for the heads up though.
  • K Neeraj Kayastha: I think position may not be affected for now but certainly Google is trying to tell searchers that these sites are slow and so if you click them have patience to let it fully open... :)

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