I am writing a hub about a common subject - a new website designed specifically for mobile users - fairly common subject these days. I am trying to locate the best category and all I can find is "smartphones".
Mobile website information is dramatically different from smartphones.
What would be the best category?
by Sachin 4 years ago
Fast Moving Mobile Technology - Is It disadvantageous?Internet browsing has increased remarkably and mobile technology is striving day by day to bring the entire world into the palms of the individuals. Since carrying of portable laptops is always not easy hence people prefer to surf any...
by swb64 6 years ago
Did we have to be more organised before mobile technology?These times we can track and follow anyone for any kind of meeting, so, does that allow us to now be more slack in keeping with arranged times as per lets say prior to 1995-ish... Are we lazy in time keeping?
by David Livermore 3 years ago
I loved the idea of the callout capsule, as I frequently use quotes and other tidbits of information in my hubs. The problem is that the capsule doesn't float right and is designed that way.If you allow for different font sizes, having this capsule float right can be a good idea.
by larryfreeman 8 years ago
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by Gato Gato Gato 4 years ago
Can we use hubpages on smartphones
by Dr. John Anderson 3 years ago
The 3 month Quantcast data for HP - US Pageviews is shown below. Looks like there has been an average 10% loss of 'Quota', (average traffic) since the start if the year. There is a significant loss in mobile traffic (down more than 10%) with PC traffic up a little. => Has there been and Panda or...
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