Sometimes we have to hide some content on mobile devices, because we want to improve user experience for mobile users. In SEO, there is the concept of cloaking, where you show the search engine a piece of content that is not what the user sees. In this case, we have in our mind the question: Is hidden content fine for Google?
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First at all according to google: You Can Have Completely Different Content On Mobile Says Google.
Google’s Gary Illyes confirmed what had been known before — for many of the factors and ranking criteria around mobile, Google looks at the desktop version of a web page instead of the mobile version. E. g. when you have a page about cats on the desktop and you change the content on mobile to dogs, Google will rank the mobile version as if the page was about cats.
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When you set yourself a goal and achieve it, you feel good. Why is this? The answer is nature. Every accomplished task gives you a shot of dopamine. Not to put checking off a list on par with eating chocolate or sex, but this hormone is the neurotransmitter responsible for the “feel-good” effect of these activities.
Human brains don’t distinguish between big goals and small goals. It just rewards you for accomplishing something you set out to do. Simply seeing items crossed off triggers the release of the feel-good hormone, helping you feel motivated. And, as any human being knows, if it feels good, we’re driven to do it again.
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