• http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    What a great article! Rather a fresh perspective. Maybe I’m just feeling good today but I enjoyed it. People talk about “going mobile” but not really “how to get there.” And I guess I’m one of those who hopped over the crucial first step. :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/carrie.hill1 Carrie Hill

    Thanks so much for your support, Michael – I appreciate it and I’m glad you liked the article :)

  • Guest

    I don’t know about you, but I do know that it’s 2012, as it’s past time to get a mobile website design.

  • http://www.facebook.com/donald.legoullon Donald W. LeGoullon

    Nice e-article. Want to learn more about RWD?: ‘Responsive Web Design’ by Ethan Marcotte – fun and very informative read.

  • http://www.curationsoft.com JackHumphrey

    Whether a client needs a separate site for mobile visitors or a responsive design to eliminate the need for all kinds of separate sites for each possible device, the tracking and analysis info provided here is a great reminder of one of the under-utilized functions of Analytics. I personally haven’t look at in-page in a while and you reminded me to go have some fun with it! Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/milehighseollc Kurt Henninger

    Great analytical based advice for a client to “go mobile” However, mobile is such a hot button with site owners these days its almost mandatory in their minds to have a mobile ready site.

  • treepodia

    Video is a great way to boost your mobile sit interaction and usability (why? check out this article http://blog.treepodia.com/2011/09/lazier-shoppers-prefer-product-video/) so that’s why your caveat that it might not show up properly is very important. It’s a shame to spend time on adding video just to have it backfire.