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Updated by Rik Dekyvere on Apr 23, 2015
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Getting your website mobile ready

A list on how to get your website mobile-friendly or services that provide this.


How to Make Your Site Mobile Ready in Just 30 Seconds

Ready to convert an existing website into a mobile-friendly platform but not sure how to get started? New York-based startup bMobilized has released a new do-it-yourself tool that instantly converts a website into a full-featured HTML5-enabled mobile site in just a few clicks. Even better, it only costs $5 a month to keep the mobile site running.

Convert Website to Mobile, Create and Build Free Mobile Sites | GinWiz

Create your mobile website for free with GinWiz, Anyone can easily design mobile optimized website with GinWiz's simple mobile site builder in few minutes

Create Mobile Websites & Templates | Web Apps HTML5 | Website development software | Mobile Website Builder | Convert...

Mobile compatible website enable your business for the mobile economy by building a mobile optimized website and redirection. convert to mobile website in few click at Wubiquo.

GoMo: An Initiative From Google

Find out why mobile-friendly sites matter, see how your current site looks in mobile, and find resources for building your mobile site.

Make your site mobile ready without creating a mobile site | TechRepublic

Since 2010, mobile searches have seen a 400% increase and it is estimated that by 2013, there will be more mobile internet users than desktop users. A mobile-friendly site can thus help you connect with your customers and drive conversions. Just because your website can be seen on your mobile phone does not however mean that it's mobile ready.

How To Create a Mobile-Ready Site

Designing a website that works seamlessly on both full-sized screens and mobile devices can be pretty tough to do. Content that fits just fine on a large screen may not quite work on smaller devices, and doing the work to detect the mobile browser and serving up the correct files can be tricky.

How to Get Your Mobile Strategy Ready for Multi-Screen Web (Plus Brands That Did It Right) - Search Engine Journal

About two years ago, digital marketers began talking about the "mobile revolution" and how it was going to change the Web forever. There's been a lot of buzz about the Internet getting predominantly mobile by 2014.

Make Your Website More Mobile-Friendly

It is estimated that the amount of mobile internet users will surpass that of desktop users by 2013. Given these stats, there's a great likelihood that you're viewing this post on a mobile device right now (how savvy of you!). Have you ever had a difficult experience with viewing a website on your smartphone?

14 Tips for Building Mobile-Friendly Websites

Just a few years ago, it was possible for businesses to get away without offering a mobile-friendly website version to viewers on-the-go. While it was considered a nice perk, few businesses were willing to invest in mobile communications, and most consumers were understanding of the challenges businesses faced supporting multiple site formats across different platforms. But my, my - how the times have changed!

How to Make Your Blog Mobile-Friendly | Social Media Examiner

Do you want more mobile subscribers and readers? Is your blog suitable for a mobile device? In 2012, mobile users spent 63% more time on their devices accessing mobile websites and apps and this is set to increase.

Mastering Real-World Constraints (A Case Study) | Smashing UX Design

As UI designers, we're always interested in learning, reading user research, understanding best practices and keeping up to date on all the latest approaches and tactics for building websites and applications. One of the most exciting concepts we've started to apply to our thinking is the mobile-first approach, famously pioneered by designer Luke Wroblewski on his blog and then in his subsequent book.

Mobile Website Design: Why, Tips, Mistakes and More

Most people don't leave home without their mobile or they have it on them at all time. Usage of mobile websites is not only for on-the-go, recently the behavior "multi screen usage", watching television and using a smartphone or tablet to get the latest updates of your Facebook friends or tweet with your favorite TV show about the latest episode, became more widespread.

Mobile Usability is Here - Are You Yet?

If you missed my last post about getting mobile ready with responsive web design and you haven't had the time to make a new website or blog overhaul, you may just need the right plug-in. I had the FREE WP Touch version for years here and realized the only page that was mobile friendly was my posts page.