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Google will show different search results to mobile and desktop users (GOOG)

Google is getting ready to make a big change in the way it indexes web pages for search results. In a few months, the company will implement a previously announced plan to index mobile pages separately from desktop pages, a Google employee said at a conference Thursday, according to Search Engine Land. Google also plans to keep its mobile website index more up to date than the desktop index, which means mobile users will get the best results faster than desktop users.
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