Troy Posted September 26, 2013 Report Share Posted September 26, 2013 Google recently announced that they will penalize sites that are not optimized for mobile. Google pulls the strings and we jump Ideally they want a URL or webpage called up on a desktop computer will render differently than the same URL brought up on a cell phone. This is something I can do, but I'm contemplating if it is worth the effort. I think AALBC.com pages come up find just as it is now. I can turn the phone sideways to get a better view or even increase the size of the screen. I'm also not keen on making the changes as the additional complexity will make the site more difficult to maintain. Consider that I already make sure the site displays on Internet Explorer, Safari, Fire Fox, Chrome, (just the most recent versions) and on my cell phone and IPad. The mobile specific versions will just add another level of compatibility testing. I know that 27% of my visitors in via a tablet or desktop device today. Facebook told us in a presentation I attended yesterday the they make up 20% of all data traffic over the cellular network. Ok, ok, I know that is already too much detail. So if you can let me know if the AALBC.com is viewable on your mobile device, I'd appreciate it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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