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Could This Be Your Next Step to Better Search Rankings?

Written by Paul Steinbrueck

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Recently we had someone contact us who wanted to increase traffic to his organization’s website and was interested our SEO services to do that.

After reviewing his website, however, we discovered the best thing he could do to improve his site’s search rankings and increase traffic was not SEO but something else entirely.

This could be the case for your website too

Does Your Website Pass Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test?

Go ahead a check it now at

If it fails, not only are you making it difficult for mobile users to connect with your organization, but Google is also penalizing your search rankings in their mobile search results.

If your website is not mobile-friendly, your first step towards better search rankings is not SEO but a website redesign.  For more on this, also check out yesterday’s post 4 Website Redesign Facts You Must Know

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Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck.


  • Hi Paul 🙂 Thank you for your great article, sure, the mobile-friendly is very important and useful for seo now, highly recommend to set mobile friendly to our websites. I use some purchased template, there was mobile-friendly setted by default, also works. 🙂 Thanks again…

  • Hi Paul.
    Once again some solid advice and guidance for anyone who is responsible for a robust and accessible website. I found the link to the goggle mobile friendlly test link particularly useful.

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