• WebmasterT

    .NET framework detects the type of client device and serves pages built for that device. IMO, it is always best to figure out what cient made the request and serve a page that enhances the user experience. For the time being just being able to provide a proper page for the device will be an advantage. Personally my feeling is that developing a full site is a waste of time and money. I would prefer to design a special page that meets the needs of the user. IMO, there won’t be a lot of people looking to surf on a mobile device the costs are rediculous and the experience is so far below that of a browser that it is frustrating. That said, maps that use GPS to locate best store and phone numbers etc. will work and IMO, increase conversions and store visits. Tracking the mobile activity IMO, is the biggest near challenge for mobile search.