Whoops. We had one crucial piece of data wrong: Wikipedia.org is just fine. As part of this test, we checked home and internal pages. Except for one site: Wikipedia. Go figure. We’ve updated the infographic and are putting the word out.
Google’s big mobile algorithm update is coming in a few weeks. Nerds that we are here at Portent, we wanted to see how ready the Web really is for this.
We’re all doomed. Or at least, 10,000 sites are.
(Just be sure to give us credit, ok?)
The Department of Homeland Security seems like the kind of site you might want to access from your phone in an emergency. In my opinion. Call me crazy. 40 other US Government sites failed too, just FYI.
Method and discoveries
I’ll be writing more about what we learned regarding Google’s mobile test tools in another post. Suffice it to say our lack of faith is… founded.
Shameless self promotion: Yes, Portent does mobile SEO