Should I be using different keywords for my mobile site?

While the research is still emerging on this subject, it seems that shorter keywords can help your mobile site rank better.

Pay Attention to Keyword Length and Search Engine Suggestions

People using a mobile device—be it a phone or tablet—are using a touchscreen to type. Most people do not type as fast this way and will therefore search using shorter words and phrases. So, while a good long-tail keyword (“attorney who handles car accident cases in Bucks County, PA”) is effective for a traditional site, focusing on shorter, geo-specific keywords (“car accident attorney Bucks County”) may help your mobile search engine rankings.

In addition, people using their phones for an internet search are more likely to use keyword suggestions that pop up when they begin typing in a search. So, if they start typing “Bucks County att...” and “Bucks County Attorneys” pops up, they are likely to abandon their search and choose this option. Get to know these pop-up suggestions, and create some of your mobile keywords based on them.

Embracing Mobile

Now is most certainly the time to take the leap and create a mobile site. The going isn't always easy, and the rules are always changing. However, with help from our lawyer mobile website team, you can create a mobile site that capitalizes on the ever-growing population of mobile internet users.
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