Are you reading this blog on your mobile device? Just a few years ago that would seem like an absurd question but as we all know we are now in the age of mobile. A recent report published by RBC analyst Mike Abramsky estimated that there will be more smartphones sold than PCs in 2012 (reference http://www.pcworld.com/article/171380/).

With the growth of mobile internet usage comes lot of jargon that can be tough to decipher for marketers who are not programmers. Below is a breakdown of what is commonly referred to as mobile websites.

Mobile Friendly Websites

Having a mobile friendly website is the most basic way that you can make your business accessible to users with smartphones. Every smart phone has a browser, just like your computer, the biggest difference is that mobile browsers don

5 Comments

  1. The tablet market is exploding as well, which takes those same mobile design elements (touch screen, big buttons, no flash) into a larger screen format.

  2. Long time reader – first time poster! Great post. Appreciate the work thats gone into the site so far, keep it up! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Yes exactly the use of smart phone is going to be hit in 2012 as it has all the features that a note book has and some web site are designed as per the user for phone versions as it is suitable to the screens of the mobile phones.

  4. whoah this blog is fantastic i like studying your articles. Keep up the great work! You understand, many persons are searching around for this information, you could aid them greatly.

  5. Hi Tim, great post! You presented the differences between the types of mobile sites very clearly, really highlighting the benefits of each. I think mobile sites are a must these days, don’t you? Nothing worse than trying to access a site from your phone and not being able to use it.
    Thanks!
    Anna

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