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Outsourcing Tips for Clients: Google Mobile Friendly Test – Failed to fetch the requested URL

By BloggerKhan

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By BloggerKhan

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My website failed the Google Mobile Friendly test, what do I do? How do I get back in Google’s good books?

As developers we get these calls from clients every now and then. Sometimes it is an access issues on the .htaccess or robots.txt files that are blocking Google from crawling / accessing your website. At other times, it is malware / viruses on your website that is preventing Google from crawling your website.

What do do? Hire a developer to troubleshoot it for you. If you don’t, Google will not index your website and that could result in lost business through search results.

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