At the end of February, a user had realized that Google could display a very conspicuous red label on which was written “lent” (“slow”) next to certain results brought up on mobile, and therefore deemed too slow by the engine. It was only a test, which other users talked about again. Until today, because a new screenshot reveals that a very similar test is currently underway in the results reported by Google on mobile.
This assertion was the name of a conference organized during the SMX Paris 2015, which was held on June 8 and 9. Two speakers, Paul Colombo, SEO List of Consumer Mobile number manager at Seloger , and could not reproduce, and which has not been Alexandre Jubien, mobile strategy consultant at Think Mobile, were able to discuss this new visibility lever, which allows mobile applications to be indexed by Google .
Apps which, in fact, are beginning to appear this year in the results reported on smartphones by the Mountain View engine. "Deep Linking", a "powerful acquisition and retention lever" At the origin of this possibility: "Deep Linking", which allows a link to point to content within an app. slide deep linking 300 Useful tools and frameworks to implement Deep Linking.