So recently Google sent out a mass warning to many of us to either fix Mobile Usability Issues on our website or risk having its rankings suffer.
Google systems have tested 120 pages from your site and found that 99% of them have critical mobile usability errors. The errors on these 119 pages severely affect how mobile users are able to experience your website. These pages will not be seen as mobile-friendly by Google Search, and will therefore be displayed and ranked appropriately for smartphone users.
Fair enough: my primary website takes advantage of PC Screen sizes and is not expected to be mobile-friendly. I created a mobile site specifically for mobile users ages ago.
So here's what I want to know: I have a mobile site and a regular site and the appropriate RewriteRules and Conditions in my .htaccess file to redirect mobile device users to my Mobile Site. I've also prepared & submitted two sitemaps for Google: one for mydomain.com & one for my mobile site (m.mydomain.com). Need I do anything more? Because I really don't want to dumb down my primary site to make it fit on a mobile viewport. Thanks - any insights are greatly appreciated...