So there's a lot of talk at the moment about the new "mobile friendly opt-in" rulings being put into place by Google, from early 2017.
There's a lot of speculation & a lot of different things being said all over the net...
So there's no wonder everyone is getting confused & doesn't really have a clue what's going on.
And when you have an online business that uses opt-in forms all the time to generate leads, you're left wondering - how the heck's this going to affect me?
From what I've read & seen, it's all about giving a mobile user the best experience as possible.
We need to be placing opt-in forms on our sites, which are not using up a lot of space & are non intrusive.
Because mobile screens are a lot smaller than a desktop screen, your pages will no longer be classed as "mobile friendly" if they have overlays , such as pop-up's & lightboxes all over them...
Therefore, your pages won't be "signed off" so to speak by Google!
I've put together a quick video for you below, where I share with you how you can get around this problem & make your opt-in forms less intrusive & more "Google Mobile Friendly".
Watch the video below...
There's one type of opt-in form you can use that is less intrusive compared to the other's & an email hit my inbox about this recently from Shane at Thrive Themes!
You can read more about this here, in the Google Announcement that was made.
You have time to change things & put new things into place, so go ahead & do this ready, so that you don't lose out!
I hope this helps!
Have a fab day
I always say to people I have the two best jobs in the world. Being a stay at home mum to my two young boys alongside working as an Internet Marketer. I have a huge passion for all things related to list building, audience building & email marketing, so you'll find a lot of content on my blog around these topics!