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Nick Zachary6,816 Points
Does making your fixed website a Responsive website increase SEO?
Is a "Responsive website" superior to a "fixed website" in terms of <strong>SEO</strong>?
John Locke15,479 Points
As far as driving people to your site via Search, directly? I would say no. But search engines use the time on your site and bounce rate as signals, so in a way, yes.
If you're doing things strictly for the SEO value, and not thinking about whether people might want to keep using the site once they get there, then that's a whole other thing that you should really consider.
In 2013, I think someone would need a really good argument to NOT make their particular site responsive.