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Article - Why a separate mobile site is (usually) better than responsive design

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Article - Why a separate mobile site is (usually) better than responsive design

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 7:35 pm

Gibran03-18-2014 10:19 PM




Article - Why a separate mobile site is (usually) better than responsive design
 
Good article.

Blunderer03-19-2014 01:28 AM




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Originally Posted by Gibran (Post 27858)
Good article.


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Gibran03-19-2014 03:54 AM




Why separate mobile site is usually better.

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tony mayo03-19-2014 10:59 AM




Excellent article.
The conclusion sums it up very well. 

"From all the above, thou, it is quite clear that for businesses who do not have huge marketing and web budgets but that would greatly benefit from a mobile web presence - and I am looking at the thousands and thousands small and medium business across all the globe - the "responsive design" approach can be, at best, a waste of resources with the potential to become a real nightmare."

Blunderer03-19-2014 01:33 PM




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Originally Posted by tony mayo (Post 27861)
Excellent article.
The conclusion sums it up very well. 

"From all the above, thou, it is quite clear that for businesses who do not have huge marketing and web budgets but that would greatly benefit from a mobile web presence - and I am looking at the thousands and thousands small and medium business across all the globe - the "responsive design" approach can be, at best, a waste of resources with the potential to become a real nightmare."



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Mark Kolb (Kprobe)03-19-2014 03:23 PM




Two more articles that show that ~40% of small businesses do not have a website

Canada: http://gdsourcing.blogspot.ca/2013/0...lag-in-on.html
USA: http://marketingland.com/survey-onli...ont-site-73937

Now to get selling TEL solutions to them.
Mark

Lostwithiel03-19-2014 06:53 PM




A different view of the need for a separate mobile site, and in particular the problems with obtaining good Google Rankings for mobile sites, contained in this article:-

http://www.searchenginejournal.com/4...-design/92807/


Also an interesting video from Matt Cutts about identifying mobile and desktop versions of your site when they have different urls may be viewed at :-

http://www.searchenginejournal.com/m...on-page/94755/

Regards,

Keith

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