We've seen the Google update starting to roll out,
[webmasterworld.com] and there's going to be another week or two of mobile serps shuffling, along with the newly-mobile-friendly sites getting back into the SERPs. I think this update is going to run and run for many months, or even years if people are slow to update.
I'm interested in the real-world traffic benefits webmasters see from having a mobile-friendly site, or the traffic drops that webmasters are experiencing from not having a mobile-friendly site.
How is it impacting your site - positively, or negatively?
Do you get much mobile traffic? Perhaps you don't if your site won't work on a smartphone. In which case, you may see no difference.
If your site is mobile-friendly, and your competitors in the serps are not, how much of a benefit are your seeing?
Some may not want to admit their site is not mobile-friendly. Don't be shy, come on, tell us how it's faring. I have a non-mobile friendly site on the books and the stats show it's still sitting in the mobile serps ok, and, of course, the traffic is quite acceptable. Over the coming days and weeks i'm going to be watching that one closely as I want to know what i'm missing. NB, there is a mobile friendly update to that site coming, but it's not ready yet, for all kinds of reasons, so, in the meantime, it's going to be an interesting experiment.