Is it necessary to create a mobile website to keep up with the times?
No it's not necessary You may put it as "the need of the hour"..
Depends what type of website you have. You have to ask yourself will people be wanting to access your site on the go?
No not really. I have a website http://www.petesuniverse.com and i can bring it up on my iPhone and it looks great and runs great.
I agree with Kev - its totally depends of website category. if its simple 5-4 page website then its ok for same website, but it have products, media based website then mobile sites is needed.
I am building my own website on the GoDaddy platform and interestingly they have developed an automation used in tandem with their website tools to automatically craft a mobile website.
I haven't launched it as yet. I would have had the website up and running but for the fact, I wanted to see how the mobile portion worked and it works exceptionally well IF your main website is designed in a concise fashion.
As Pete accurately details, some websites translate into a mobile site much easier. I had to revamp my website several times to get the content to fit.
Hope this helps, I will try to get this up and running and keep you posted of the ease or the obstacles inherent in the program.
BTW I have been quoted hundreds of dollars to craft a mobile website. I have 8 hours of training in and expect to be complete with another 4 hours so the 12 hour investment for this entrepreneur I believe is time well spent.
Kudos to GoDaddy for providing this tool - I share this with you to help not to harm webmasters making a living off this vital marketing need.
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