In recognition of the increasing number of internet searchers exclusively using their smartphones to access websites online, Google has partnered with DudaMobile in an initiative to help website owners make their sites mobile-friendly. The Go Mo initiative provides a tool for website owners to see how their website currently displays on the most popular smartphones, such as the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Blackberry. They also provide a user-friendly interface for creating a mobile version of your current website. Popular features such as Click to Call and directions are available as well. DudaMobile provides weekly statistics on the number of visitors to the mobile portion of your website, as well as the number of calls that were made through the Click to Call feature. To explore what the Go Mo initiative has to offer, visit www.howtogomo.com.
While the Go MO initiative has simplified the process of designing a mobile-friendly version of your website, the DIY approach to mobile website conversion is not for everyone. If you choose to do it yourself, you will need to invest time in learning the basics of the DudaMobile interface while designing a mobile-friendly version of your website. Also, you will need to have some knowledge of how to place the provided code to redirect mobile users to the mobile-friendly version of your website. DudaMobile provides clear directions for this and makes it as simple as possible, but you may decide that this project is not the best use of your time. If you are looking for a company to help with your mobile conversion, MobileHero is currently offering a promotion to our readers. You can read more about that in the blog post I wrote about MobileHero.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]