There is a problem with m. sites when a link to the mobile specific site is shared. (see http://bloggidy.com/kill-the-mobile-specific-sites/). Just do responsive, not from a SEO perspective but rather because it, when done properly, is the current way to provide a quality browsing experience regardless of device.
Start a hangout
Worked at SkEEWAMPUS
Attended University of Utah
Lives in Salt Lake City, UT
Years ago in the pre-Responsive design days many large content sites would create mobile specific versions of their site. The implementation comes with some negatives that don't occur with responsive designs so kill the mobile specific sites. They fell out of technological favor years ago.
@bloggidy 16 Oct 2013. Kill the Mobile Specific Sites. Back in the day, and I'm talking about five or six years ago, large content sites would have a mobile specific version of their site. Usually a mobile device would hit their normal www.contentsite.com page and quickly get redirected to ...
Add a comment...
Interaction design, front-end development, SEO, analytics
- SkEEWAMPUSInteraction Designer
Salt Lake City, UT
interaction design / web development / analytics / seo
- University of UtahExercise Physiology, 1991 - 1995