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Google moves some .gov sites to page 2

Here Are the Agency Websites Google Doesn’t Think are Mobile Friendly, By Hallie Golden NextGov (April 22, 2015).

Google’s newly implemented policy to adjust mobile search rankings based on a website’s mobile friendliness could leave some federal websites on a Google search engine’s dreaded second page — at least when users search from a smartphone.

Eleven sites were deemed “not mobile friendly” by Google including the EPA, the IRS, and NARA.

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