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I have a number of websites/pages on different subjects, and now have the option to 'mobilize' them. Each mobile site I create from a regular website will have monthly fee, so my question is:
Which niches/sectors/subjects are getting the best mobile traffic? Which areas are best to focus on where you are getting in traffic and revenues?
I'm thinking a city guide type mobile site would have a good chance of success, and other ideas? Any real life examples?
This is not making too much sense. There are basic Free wordpress themes and apps that will automatically fit to device.
Plus, it seems most devices now render just fine on nearly any device.
It takes a site or webpages I've already created, pulls the information off, and makes them more mobile friendly - fits the info better into a mobile sized screen. I can still edit afterwards, and put some mobile ads on the pages.
If you are ok with paying $9/month/site, I guess dudamobile is fine.
However, as Gerry said, there are responsive wordpress themes as well as responsive Joomla themes.
Even if your sites are not wordpress/joomla sites, you can still make mobile site off of your existing site and
host it on same Hosting acct and don't have to pay $9/month/site extra.
The whole point behind creating a site these days is to make it to work on all devices...PC, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone. The idea of creating multiple sites per platform is time wasted.
Honestly, most devices hitting the market in the past year or so auto-detect which platform you are using and can render the site to fit the device... without having to create a separate site for each device.
So before you go off paying more money, explore your "free" options.