How to Create a Mobile Web Site - Converting to Mobile
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There are some sites which help you make an easy transition from the standard Web to the mobile Web. Why bother with learning how to create a mobile Web site when you can simply turn the site you already have into mobile-friendly pages that are easy to access? This is where converting to mobile comes in pretty handy.
Sites like T9Space (http://t9space.com/SlashMobile/) help you in the mobile conversion process. All you have to do is access the site, enter the URL and proceed from there.
Once you’ve entered the URL you’d like to mobilize, you’ll get the chance to vote on elements of the site you’d like to keep or discard. Sign up for membership with T9Space using your mobile phone number, and you can easily create a mobilized version of your existing site that others will see when browsing the Web from their mobile device.
Create a Mobile Web Site
Technically, all Web sites can be potentially accessed by mobile users. The Internet is the same everywhere, whether you’re using your phone or home computer. Some sites are designed for better use with mobile phones and written in the code that makes them visible by the commonly-used mobile devices. There are many ways to create a mobile Web site, either through free services, new codes or conversions that help you reach your goal.
In all cases, a little time and effort will be needed on your part -- not just to learn how to create a mobile Web site, but to actually go through with that process and get your site ready for viewing by mobile traffic. However, making this effort is very much worth your while. There are advertising opportunities and money-making programs which help you benefit from mobile traffic the same way you benefit from standard Internet traffic.
Mobile devices are only going to get more sophisticated and more popular over time. If you’re not in on the trend, you’re out…and that’s exactly where you don’t want your site to be.
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