Mobile web browsing has been steadily growing since 2009, while the desktop’s share of web traffic has steadily decreased. In October, the two crossed over, with global mobile and tablet browsing accounting for 51.3% versus the desktop’s 48.7%, according to the latest data from web analytics firm StatCounter.

Source: Mobile web browsing overtakes desktop for the first time | The Guardian

There has been a lot of conversation about Google’s mobile-friendliness update that went into effect April 21. Predictably, many ’Net professionals have been on edge wondering if this update has impacted their digital business’s mobile-search ranking. Luckily, there are tools available that can be leveraged to analyze the mobile-friendliness of a website.

Find Out if Your Site is Mobile-Friendly – Website Magazine

It’s official: Americans now use more mobile devices than desktops to browse the Internet. People are perusing your websites, blogs and landing pages on tiny screens while riding on the subway, on tablets while waiting at the doctor’s office, and in the queue at Starbucks. If you don’t give them what they want, your competition will.

4 Ways to Go More Mobile in 2014 – Website Magazine