How SEO Works With Good Content
Finally, go out of your way to make sure that your content (and your entire site, for that matter) works as well as humanly possible on mobile devices. These days, the majority of your traffic is coming from people on smartphones and tablets, not desktops. That means that if your page works great on a desktop and takes forever to load on an iPhone, it will harm your SEO, not help it.
Is Your Site Mobile Friendly?
Likewise, make sure that your site is as mobile friendly as possible by using responsive web design best practices to your advantage. The longer mobile users engage with your site, the higher your domain will rank on Google – but it’s hard to get to that point if your site is a mess on smaller touch-screen devices in the first place.
Build Your Site For Users, Not Yourself