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Google adds 'mobile friendliness' to its search criteria

Move comes after months-long warning period; websites that don't meet firm's norms will tumble in its rankings

San Francisco

MANY businesses around the world could wake up Tuesday to discover their search ranking has been downgraded. After a months-long warning period, Google will add "mobile friendliness" to the 200 or so factors it uses to list websites on its search engine.

As a result,

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