"Mobile Friendly" and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

seo

(Trey Yancy) #1

Relative layouts are viewed by Google as being mobile friendly?

Besides dropping in tags for Google text, keywords and other such tags is there anything else needed to create a serious site with Hype that will rank well?


#2

I tested this example from our gallery in Google’s Mobile Friendly testing tool: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftumult.com%2Fhype%2Fgallery%2FNakuru%2FNakuru.html

and got high marks:

SEO ranking is not something I can speak with any authority about, but I do know that it is primarily determined by the number of links that point to your page, not whether it contains keywords, meta tags, or hidden / machine-readable text. One thing that might give you insight into how your document performs is setting up your site to link with Google Webmaster Tools: https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home?hl=en


(Andrew) #4

This depends very much on the site. Hype is not great for ‘everything’, and of course it has it’s limitations at the moment, but as I am sure you can see from recent threads on here we are breaking new ground with 3D scenes, Dynamic Data Driven content, and apps from all shapes and sizes.

Which brings me back to the ‘depends’ on the site. The Nakuru example is the best example I have seen to show responsiveness of Hype and shows it could do a whole web site, even shop with Shopify. But Hype in my view is geared for easy layout creation, crossed with great animation effects. Rather than having Wordpress (boo) and 20 plugins that conflict.

Push Hype to it’s limits, see how far you get :smile: