If you're asking what 4% more mobile queries looks like, it's about 27.8 billion queries on Google alone. And that's on two year old data.
Google's mobile-first indexing is based on a few key principles:
- content first, design second
- simple navigation for maximum readability.
- fast page loading times. Don't overload with images and media, plug-ins, scripts complex CSS, stacks of ads, or external third party content that may or may not load in good time.
- bounce rate on mobile versus desktop. If visitors abandon ship more quickly on mobile than desktop, something's not working.
Don't be offended at the responses. If your site is terrible on mobile you need to know - so that you can do something about it.
You can guarantee that if real humans don't hang around for a page to load and won't fumble around across seventeen layers of sub-menus to find content, then the search engine spiders certainly won't.
Yes, there are plenty of specific things you can do to make your site more mobile-friendly, but if you need a starting point, start here. RC
*Mobile traffic 2018, source: Statista.com
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