Along with Google Search fully separating it’s search indexing, it’s going to do a rapid update for mobile and a separate, secondary index for the desktop. If the mobile Google Search is refreshed quickly and treated as a primary, your desktop Google Search may be lagging in updates.
By Google maintaining a fully separate index for mobile and desktop, it creates a more unbiased ranking for mobile-friendly websites. Case in point, in today’s Google Search results, due to having one website index, a mobile website might not have all the same content as the desktop version, therefore, if you click on a search result on your mobile phone, it may lead you to a webpage that doesn’t have the information it promised you.
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