Google has released its mobile algorithm mobilegeddon last year. This is an important update owing to ever-increasing mobile users globally. Google has encouraged webmaster to optimize a website and make ready for smaller screen devices. Optimizing for mobile help users to get good user experience.
Google has given guidelines, check mobile optimization, and even tips to make sites mobile friendly. In a bid to alert owners and optimize website for mobile, Google has started issuing a warning to its owner.
Interestingly, a warning is issued only to site’s owner in search result after logging in through vanity name. Earlier, the alert was sent to an owner in the Google search console.
It was first reported Jennifer Slegg on her old website not optimized for mobile. She saw, “your page is not mobile-friendly” on the snippet in the search result. The message connects with Google help page about the mobile friendly with a hyperlink.
But, this message doesn’t appear for other visitors using the site. The new warning comes a month prior to Google looking to boost earlier mobile friendly algorithm.
John Mueller confirmed this as an experiment to increase mobile friendliness sites in the web.