| | Aug 31 | Marketing
Google's John Mueller says that a mobile site is sufficient and that desktop sites are no longer necessary.
In a Hangout on Friday, Mueller, a webmaster trends analyst for the search giant, said that having a mobile site should suffice. He added that going mobile-first or mobile-only wouldn't hurt a page's rank, even in desktop search results.
"I think what I'd try to make sure is that it still works on desktop and that it doesn't show an error on desktop, but rather someone on desktop can still access it," Mueller said. "What generally happens is, we will just include the mobile site in our search results, like any other site, and we will present it to desktop users." — Mike O'Brien, Search Engine Watch
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