How to tell if your business is Google Friendly

Take a few minutes and follow these 3 simple steps to see how visible your website is to Google

Do you only have 15 minutes, and want to see if your website is performing the best it could be? Try running your business website through these three tests while you sip your coffee.

1. Is my website optimised even visible to Google?

Translation: how can I tell if my website is liked by the search engines and therefore highly visible when someone searches for some of it’s content it on Google.

Open Google – type this in the search bar (replace tourismtribe.com by your website address!) For example site:tourismtribe.com

Google will show you all the pages of your website that it has indexed. Are the titles, descriptions search friend?

2. Is my website mobile friendly?

Wondering whether a search engine view’s your website’s design as mobile friendly? This has a huge impact on Google search results, so it’s worth checking out.  Go to this website and run your website URL through it for a mobile friendly test.

https://www.google.com.au/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/

mobile test google

3. Is my business visible on google maps?

Go to maps.google.com.au and type in your business name. You should instantly be located on the map and a tab should come up with all of your correct business information and Google reviews. If this is not the case, you need to set up “Google my business”.

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