According to Google; "in order for a site to be considered mobile-friendly, its text has to be readable without tapping and zooming, its tap targets need to be spaced out appropriately, and the page avoids unplayable content or horizontal scrolling. In other words, the site simply needs to be easily usable from a mobile device."
|Google's Mobile-Friendly Test Site|
Google Mobile Friendly Site Mad Rush
But don't rush out to change your existing site! For sites that have been active for a while, it will cause more damage to revamp a "non-mobile-friendly site" and move it to WordPress or other "responsive", mobile-friendly platform.
What I suggest is to build a brand new website on WordPress with a keyword-rich domain name and great SEO Search Engine Optimization, on a "responsive" theme! If you choose the right keyword-rich domain and optimize correctly you can have a website showing at the top of Google Search results within 30 days. No guarantees, of course!
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Lastly, you can test whether or not Google sees your website as "mobile-friendly" on Google Webmasters Mobile-Friendly Test Site. There's also plenty if resources on the page to help you avoid getting dumped by Google!
Hope this helps!
Manny Sarmiento | President / CEO
New Media, New Marketing, Inc.