I wonder if it would be negative for my site in the google search results/ranking if I dont have or offer a mobile version of my site. I personally dont like this mobile versions and always switch to the normal site since modern cell phones anyway display any site without a problem. How ever I see that more and more users come with mobile phones.
I was thinking about to NOT create a specific mobile version of my site but automatic detect mobile browsers and in this case just switch certain more heavy things in my layout off during I show everything else normal.
The result would be a much faster site on mobile browsers BUT I would not have a specific mobile version running either.
Would this somehow negative affect my google ranking and search results. I read some where that google want to push that mobile content is more supported but I wonder what this exactly mean.
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