M-dot Sites

  1. Mobile > Local

  2. A Separate Mobile Website? No Forking Way!

    The danger with an m-dot site is that you'll fork your content into separate desktop and mobile versions. To deliver on the promise of adaptive content, you need a CMS that will help you manage and maintain content variations.

    Creative Bloq,

  3. A Separate Mobile Website? No Forking Way!

    Creative Bloq,

  4. Windows on the Web

    A List Apart,

  5. Why Restaurants and Other Local Businesses Need Mobile (Not Responsive) Sites

    By Bryson Meunier, Search Engine Land,

  6. Great Works of Fiction Presents: The Mobile Context

    Let me make a long story short: just make quality, relevant content with appropriate tasks, and offer all of these to all users. Then make it easy for the user to decide what it is they want to do.

    By Stephen Hay,

  7. Mobile SEO is a Myth

    The whole “multiple screens need multiple sites” theory just doesn’t make sense. We have never designed separate TV commercials for 13″ CRT screens and 70″ plasmas – even though people watching them are usually in very different places/situations.

    Search Engine Journal,

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