The familiarity of having the Google Chrome browser on Android devices will make users feel more secure about browsing the internet on their smartphone, and therefore it's important that our client's websites are optimised to cater for these visitors.
(PRWEB UK) 15 February 2012
SEO Consult®, an award winning search engine optimisation agency, have announced they will be reviewing the impact Google's decision to introduce Chrome for Android will have on their services.
SEO Consult® offer a range of SEO services, and one of their newer services is for mobile SEO, which caters to clients looking to target traffic entering their website through mobile devices, such as smartphones. There has been a recent surge in the amount of people using portable devices to browse the internet in recent years, and SEO Consult® expect Google's latest announcement to drive more mobile traffic to their clients websites.
SEO Consult® are partnered with over 325 clients from a wide range of industries, and their approach to SEO strategy is completely holistic, and now encompasses targeting mobile traffic. They are hoping that Google's decision to release Chrome for Android will improve the popularity of the service, and increase their chances of generating a healthy ROI for clients.
"Mobile SEO is something we have been monitoring for a long time at SEO Consult®. In 2011 the quantity of users entering a site through portable devices hit a new high, and we expect those numbers to keep growing in 2012. It's important for us to take a completely holistic approach to SEO, and targeting mobile traffic is now integral to that philosophy." said Matt Bullas, Managing Director of SEO Consult®. "We anticipate the familiarity of having the Google Chrome browser on Android devices will make users feel more secure about browsing the internet on their smartphone, and therefore it's important that our client's websites are optimised to cater for these visitors. I hope this can increase online visibility for our clients, and contribute to helping them attain a healthier ROI."