Do your mobile websites get indexed in Google with SEO?

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    brick&mobile Support

    Yes, they do! All m.yourdomain.com sites (although hosted by m.brickandmobile.com/yoursite) appear to Google as part of your domain.

    You can check this by searching the following in Google to see if your site is indexed:

    site:m.yourdomain.com

    Once indexed, you'll see that Google gives your site credit for the mobile pages!

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    Mike

    Would it be safe to assume that if a client's main website does not list well when a search is performed then the mobile site probably won't either?  I have a client who's asking why she shows up for only one keyword.  I'm currently tweaking her keywords to include locality  i.e. west palm beach fl.  Do you have any thoughts as to why her other keywords are not producing results?

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    brick&mobile Support

    Google will actually rank your site better for mobile searches if the site is mobile optimized.

    Be sure to set up the SEO meta information when creating your mobile site.

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