Whats best mobile website builder?

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Can you advise what is the best mobile website builder that is cost effective?
#mobile marketing #builder #mobile #website
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  • Profile picture of the author AppWarrior
    I have tried over a dozen. The best is hard to say because it depends on what you want to accomplish. That is like asking "what is the best way to market a product?"

    In general I prefer mobisiteglore.com. It is the most robust site.

    Mofuse.com is around $8 per month. Like I said it all depends on what you what to do.

    I also love detectmobilebrowser.com.

    For Wordpress sites, Plugin Buddy Mobile is great! PluginBuddy | WordPress Plugins

    Also you can use Trumpia.com is quite good.

    There is many more I like, but it looks like I gave you plenty already.

    Best,

    P.S. If you want I can PM you my discount code for Mobile LPS to make a mobile landing page.
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    • Profile picture of the author dave830
      I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

      The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

      Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

      These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

      Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
      Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
      Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

      (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

      I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve Solem
        Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

        I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

        The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

        Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

        These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

        Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
        Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
        Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

        (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

        I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
        Dave - is that the system from warrior WillR or another Will? If someone else, can you share a link?

        I have WillR's and Quentins systems and they're both excellent and easy to work with if you don't mind modifying a little code, and there are are few other WSOs that I've purchased that were worthwhile too.

        I used to like the idea of a hosted solution like gomobi - but I like the flexibility of having a template I can tweak in a hundred different ways and especially like that I don't have to pay someone a monthly fee that I then have to markup and pass on to a client.

        Cheers,

        Steve

        P.S. Dave - checked out all your sites on my iphone and #1 and # looked great, but the pizza place didn't redirect.
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        • Profile picture of the author dave830
          Steve,

          Yep, it's WillR's product. I'm like you... tried GoMobi, but not a ton of flexibility, and don't like the monthly hosting.

          Here's what I did: bought a BlueHost account when they were running a Christmas special ($2.95 per month). All my local client's mobile sites will (eventually) be redirected and hosted there.

          I'm offering people FREE mobile sites... it takes me about a half hour for each.

          I'm then going to charge $39/month.. which includes hosting, 2 edits, analytics reporting.

          It's working... Will, if you read this, thanks.

          Dave

          P.S. Steve... forgot to add the redirect for the pizza shop, the mobile site is at Danny Jrs Pizza thanks for the heads up...
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          • Profile picture of the author Steve Solem
            Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

            Steve,

            Yep, it's WillR's product. I'm like you... tried GoMobi, but not a ton of flexibility, and don't like the monthly hosting.
            Thanks Dave - didn't recognize the newer template there, you've done a nice job customizing it for your clients!

            Good to hear the monthly vs one-time payment plan is working for you too as I've heard good and bad about both approaches.

            Best,

            Steve
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          • Profile picture of the author nickhumph
            Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

            Steve,

            Yep, it's WillR's product. I'm like you... tried GoMobi, but not a ton of flexibility, and don't like the monthly hosting.

            Here's what I did: bought a BlueHost account when they were running a Christmas special ($2.95 per month). All my local client's mobile sites will (eventually) be redirected and hosted there.

            I'm offering people FREE mobile sites... it takes me about a half hour for each.

            I'm then going to charge $39/month.. which includes hosting, 2 edits, analytics reporting.

            It's working... Will, if you read this, thanks.

            Dave

            P.S. Steve... forgot to add the redirect for the pizza shop, the mobile site is at Danny Jrs Pizza thanks for the heads up...
            Tell me how that goes, I wonder if most of your clients will end up paying the monthly fee.
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            • Profile picture of the author dave830
              Originally Posted by nickhumph View Post

              Tell me how that goes, I wonder if most of your clients will end up paying the monthly fee.
              I will.. I have an advantage that I've been in a local biz networking group (BNI) for 3 years as the web guy. So everyone completely trusts me... finding new clients is never an issue. If I recommend this, I think they'll do it. But, I'm VERY sensitive to protect my reputation, and not be the hard sell guy... I think it pays off.
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        • Profile picture of the author nickhumph
          Originally Posted by Steve Solem View Post


          I have WillR's and Quentins systems and they're both excellent and easy to work with if you don't mind modifying a little code, and there are are few other WSOs that I've purchased that were worthwhile too.
          I was interested in purchasing those! How much and what code do you have to modify if you don't mind me asking?

          Nick
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          • Profile picture of the author dave830
            Originally Posted by nickhumph View Post

            I was interested in purchasing those! How much and what code do you have to modify if you don't mind me asking?
            Nick, the process is three fold with Will's system:
            1. Create a mobile subdomain (i.e. m.domain.com)
            2. Upload the folder of php files
            3. Install a redirect on the actual website (plugin for wordpress)

            customization wise, all the business details are in one php file (details.php). This is business name, address, phone, logo image name, where the email form sends to, google analytics code, etc.

            Then you edit the index.php to make sure you have the menu set up the way you want. Cool thing is, he has the site totally stocked with menu items, you just delete the ones you don't want.

            Finally, any of the pages (about us, services, etc) you can open and paste text.

            You've gotta be comfortable with FTP and editing pages (NOT writing PHP code!) but very quick once you do it a few times.

            And again, Will does a great job in the training videos. Watch them once and your set.

            Again, I've got no affiliation with him; I've just paid a lot, and spent a lot of time trying to get the mobile thing where I like it. This is the one for me.

            Hope this helps.

            Dave
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            • Profile picture of the author DonnyBoy
              Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

              Nick, the process is three fold with Will's system:
              1. Create a mobile subdomain (i.e. m.domain.com)
              2. Upload the folder of php files
              3. Install a redirect on the actual website (plugin for wordpress)

              customization wise, all the business details are in one php file (details.php). This is business name, address, phone, logo image name, where the email form sends to, google analytics code, etc.

              Then you edit the index.php to make sure you have the menu set up the way you want. Cool thing is, he has the site totally stocked with menu items, you just delete the ones you don't want.

              Finally, any of the pages (about us, services, etc) you can open and paste text.

              You've gotta be comfortable with FTP and editing pages (NOT writing PHP code!) but very quick once you do it a few times.

              And again, Will does a great job in the training videos. Watch them once and your set.

              Again, I've got no affiliation with him; I've just paid a lot, and spent a lot of time trying to get the mobile thing where I like it. This is the one for me.

              Hope this helps.

              Dave
              Helpful indeed! Thank you!
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            • Profile picture of the author swriviera
              Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

              Nick, the process is three fold with Will's system:
              1. Create a mobile subdomain (i.e. m.domain.com)
              2. Upload the folder of php files
              3. Install a redirect on the actual website (plugin for wordpress)

              customization wise, all the business details are in one php file (details.php). This is business name, address, phone, logo image name, where the email form sends to, google analytics code, etc.

              Then you edit the index.php to make sure you have the menu set up the way you want. Cool thing is, he has the site totally stocked with menu items, you just delete the ones you don't want.

              Finally, any of the pages (about us, services, etc) you can open and paste text.

              You've gotta be comfortable with FTP and editing pages (NOT writing PHP code!) but very quick once you do it a few times.

              And again, Will does a great job in the training videos. Watch them once and your set.

              Again, I've got no affiliation with him; I've just paid a lot, and spent a lot of time trying to get the mobile thing where I like it. This is the one for me.

              Hope this helps.

              Dave

              I've heard good things about this product elsewhere but .... That sounds pretty techy .... can you use a visual editor to do all that (like Komposer???)?
              You said earlier that you give away the site then charge for the follow-up, edits etc (did I get that right?).
              Do YOU install it no their site? At no charge?

              Thanks,

              Sandra Walsh
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      • Profile picture of the author HappyGayleen
        Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

        I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

        The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

        Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

        These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

        Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
        Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
        Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

        (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

        I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
        Well done! You've kept the look and feel of the regular website and made it clean and easy for the phone.
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      • Profile picture of the author stephinge
        Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

        I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

        The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

        Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

        These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

        Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
        Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
        Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

        (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

        I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
        Dave, can you post a link for My Mobile Business, as I can't seem to find it using a Google search. Thank you!
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      • Profile picture of the author Galahad
        Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

        I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

        The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

        Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

        These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

        Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
        Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
        Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

        (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

        I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
        Hi Dave, thanks for the recommendation. I will give this a try ...

        Best
        Galahad
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      • Profile picture of the author kwamster
        Originally Posted by dave830 View Post

        I've tried a bunch, and my ABSOLUTE favorite is My Mobile Business.

        The sites are absolutely stunning (there are some crappy looking mobile sites out there), the training is excellent (will make you wish you had a cool Australian accent) and while it seems WP mobile sites are they way to go... they are bloated with scripts and take long to load- a killer to a mobile site.

        Will Williams developed these to be extremely light (all php), yet very easy to edit (no programming experience needed, but you will be editing php files. But he makes it easy).

        These are sites I've cranked out mobiles sites for in less than 30 minutes

        Tampa Marketing & Media Consulting | Done Right Marketing & Media
        Eighty-Four, PA Pizza Shop - Danny Jrs Pizza
        Brandon FL Preschool – Village Early Learning Center | Brandon's Premier Preschool

        (view on a mobile phone, obviously)

        I'm not associated with this product, I just really love it- after much frustration with finding a mobile site system.
        Great looking sites...they have a very clean look with great functionality.

        I did a search on google for "My Mobile Business" and nothing came up, what's the url?
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    • Profile picture of the author Keith Green
      I find Trumpia.com is quite good. Rest is depend on your needs. What you want to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author nickhumph
    This looks preeeeety good to me and it's under $50

    CMS Mobile - Create Killer Mobile Sites In Minutes - No Technical Skills!
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      • Profile picture of the author BizGrabbers
        Does anyone know anything about MobeeArt? I've been looking at it. They have a couple of programs, one pretty basic and the other a little more advanced.

        I don't like all the companies that don't put any pricing on their website. MobeeArt doesn't either, but for some strange reason, I filled out their contact form which required a phone number (I hate that) but again, for some strange reason, I went ahead and submitted it.

        After several email exchanges, I finally had a GoToMeeting for 1 hour with them.

        It looks pretty good to me, (I am definitely no techie). I thought for what they were offering, it would be to expensive for me, but I was pleasantly surprised.

        Do any of you know anything about this company?
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  • Profile picture of the author ThisTimeNextYear
    I've had some great results with Wordpress and the WPtouch theme which is free
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    • Profile picture of the author PlatinumLady
      Originally Posted by ThisTimeNextYear View Post

      I've had some great results with Wordpress and the WPtouch theme which is free
      I also have had good results after installing the free WPtouch plugin on my wordpress blog.
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      • Profile picture of the author Thomas Anderson
        There are many mobile website builder's, some of them are:
        Wapple
        SiteSpinner
        Xsitepro
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        yourMOBIsiteis launched in Australia by a team of digital marketing professionals and ‘emerging channels of marketing’ enthusiasts with a vision to help medium and small businesses to ‘get them mobile’! The name ‘yourMOBIsite’ spells out exactly what it’s all about.
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      • Profile picture of the author mistermint
        I'm using Mobile Web Pro and have to say..it works every time on almost every phone I've tested..It's solid.

        The newest updates are great too..
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          • Profile picture of the author SirThomas
            Originally Posted by KevinFL View Post

            Dudamobile worked ok for some sites we tried to convert, but not so successful for others. I don't think you can make much money selling Dudamobile sites.
            When I looked at Dudamobile, I saw a possibility to create mobile sites very fast, without much interaction. Then, you can present them to businesses as a sample of what's possible.

            I doubt, I'd want to just sell their sites with hosting. Besides, once you get a paying customer, you can always re-design their site to host it yourself...

            Thomas
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    • Profile picture of the author cicolino
      My arsenal:

      Will Templates
      Tycoon Templates
      Nail Yener Templates

      WP Mobile Pro Themes
      MobileSiteGenerator (WP Plugin) "the best WP option"
      mobi power suite (WP Plugin-New)

      mobilebuisinesspluss (Standalone CMS) (need database)
      MyMobiMaker (Standalone CMS) (don't need database)
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      • Profile picture of the author rlhurst
        Quentin's first, then Will's programs are how I got started. Both are excellent investments in my opinion if you want to learn how to produce sites. I've opted to go for unique custom designs rather than templates, but both have their place. With those guy's pricing, it's a no brainer if you're serious about learning this stuff!

        No, I'm not affiliated with either one! Just a satisfied customer.
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      • Profile picture of the author Galahad
        Originally Posted by cicolino View Post

        My arsenal:

        Will Templates
        Tycoon Templates
        Nail Yener Templates

        WP Mobile Pro Themes
        MobileSiteGenerator (WP Plugin) "the best WP option"
        mobi power suite (WP Plugin-New)

        mobilebuisinesspluss (Standalone CMS) (need database)
        MyMobiMaker (Standalone CMS) (don't need database)
        Hi Cicolino,

        do you have a link for "MobileSiteGenerator"? Can't find it in Google search.

        Thanks
        Galahad
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  • Profile picture of the author jamrk2000
    You can visit the site:yourmobisite.com and try to make a mobile website in just a minute.
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      • Profile picture of the author AppWarrior
        I am building an iThemes.com Builder Wordpress site and then I plan to mobilizing it now. Please follow-up with me and I will let you know how it comes out. I don't know how to get notified by warriorforum when someone responds to my posts.
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  • Profile picture of the author virky
    Thanks for the advice.

    Much appreciated.

    How is everyone targeting there leads? Are you emailing businesses or writing letters to them?
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  • WillR or Mobile Web Pro? Have both and not sure which one to use for my clients - they both seem solid.
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    • Profile picture of the author cicolino
      Originally Posted by AustralasianLadyBoy View Post

      WillR or Mobile Web Pro? Have both and not sure which one to use for my clients - they both seem solid.
      use both
      i'm using lot of templates and builders, on this way you can build lot of unique sites
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  • Profile picture of the author kfira
    Personaly , i find brickandmobile great!
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    • Profile picture of the author Kevin Z
      Originally Posted by kfira View Post

      Personaly , i find brickandmobile great!
      brickandmobile provides the most robust system to create premium mobile webites that are truly steps ahead in terms of both design and technology.

      It's a fully hosted cloud solution, so although it's not a Wordpress plugin, it does take all the headaches out of making real quality mobile sites.

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      • Profile picture of the author MoBuzz
        Originally Posted by sargerevenge View Post

        Might as well go with Mobistro or mobifriendly since that is what brickandmobile is using as their platform.
        I THINK you can add Lime Cellular to that list.
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        • Profile picture of the author BizGrabbers
          Originally Posted by MoBuzz View Post

          I THINK you can add Lime Cellular to that list.
          I second the suggestion to look at Lime. That's what we used for our site. We think it came closer to being what we wanted than all the others we looked at. Also, the SMS platform "ain't too shabby" either. They fall hand-in-hand with each other.
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  • Profile picture of the author YellowGreenMedia
    Why do people go to third party systems when it comes to building mobile website, what if you used a third party system and they go belly up... who are you going to fix that, and don't say that it can't happen cus i have seen really big internet companies go belly up that really hurt my business. (I-bill, Registerfly)

    I understand that these applications are making your life much easier, but to be honest if your looking for a builder maybe you're better of just to outsource your designs and keep full control when your working with clients, you don't wanna get sued now do you?
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    • Profile picture of the author joekane
      I'm with you on that one. I have 10 different self made templates I use that I customize for each customer.
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      • Profile picture of the author Nanaswhimsy
        Originally Posted by joekane View Post

        I'm with you on that one. I have 10 different self made templates I use that I customize for each customer.
        That is what I am looking to do I got WP Mobile pro but it is well WP. I am a control freak so I want complete control over my sites. Hosting, design etc.

        Trying to think long term, need to have HTML5 with CSS that adjusts for mobile. HTML5rocks.com has some great information for having one website for both desktop and mobile, using autodetection to drive which CSS to use. Using a subdomain for mobile sites will eventually be phased out in my opinion.

        If anyone has some templates in HTML5/CSS (main/mobile css) for use in Dreamweaver I would definitely be interested in seeing examples!

        Suzanne
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    • Profile picture of the author Bizmarkie
      Originally Posted by YellowGreenMedia View Post

      Why do people go to third party systems when it comes to building mobile website, what if you used a third party system and they go belly up... who are you going to fix that, and don't say that it can't happen cus i have seen really big internet companies go belly up that really hurt my business. (I-bill, Registerfly)

      I understand that these applications are making your life much easier, but to be honest if your looking for a builder maybe you're better of just to outsource your designs and keep full control when your working with clients, you don't wanna get sued now do you?
      GREAT question. I hope that this is not something we will be seeing happen with the mobile industry like we did with internet industry in it's early years.
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      • Profile picture of the author YellowGreenMedia
        Originally Posted by Bizmarkie View Post

        GREAT question. I hope that this is not something we will be seeing happen with the mobile industry like we did with internet industry in it's early years.
        Ohw it will... i am sure that there are now people setting up these services which will be used by marketers and will blow up in their faces...

        With somethings you can't get around third party services, like domains and hosting, but these type of services should be avoided like the plague imho.

        What would happen if you have lets say a 100 clients on such a service and that services says, "he guys, i am going to quit this service"?

        You would be in a world of hurt... For those people (especially in the US) i hope you have a good lawyer, cus they will sue your ass of lol.

        Just prevent hat by building these sites yourself, you don't need templates ore anything, there is so much free stuff available that there is no excuses to use such services...

        That is my view on it.
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        • Profile picture of the author Andy Bo
          Originally Posted by YellowGreenMedia View Post

          Ohw it will... i am sure that there are now people setting up these services which will be used by marketers and will blow up in their faces...

          With somethings you can't get around third party services, like domains and hosting, but these type of services should be avoided like the plague imho.

          What would happen if you have lets say a 100 clients on such a service and that services says, "he guys, i am going to quit this service"?

          You would be in a world of hurt... For those people (especially in the US) i hope you have a good lawyer, cus they will sue your ass of lol.

          Just prevent hat by building these sites yourself, you don't need templates ore anything, there is so much free stuff available that there is no excuses to use such services...

          That is my view on it.
          Surely any desktop website makes use of a 3rd party doesn't it? What is hosting after all? I'm not saying you shouldn't do due diligence on a company but unless you are actually hosting the sites yourself then you are relying on a 3rd party.
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          • Profile picture of the author YellowGreenMedia
            Originally Posted by Andy Bo View Post

            Surely any desktop website makes use of a 3rd party doesn't it? What is hosting after all? I'm not saying you shouldn't do due diligence on a company but unless you are actually hosting the sites yourself then you are relying on a 3rd party.
            If your hosting leaves you, you can get another hosting within a view hours, if you have 100 clients on a service like this and it goes belly up, than tell me me, how would you recover?

            You can't, and i have seen big companies go belly up (registerfly, Ibill) so don't think that one of these builders can't... but he, its your business where you have your sites. I would never ever use a builder/hosting solution like that.
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    • Profile picture of the author mobiles
      Originally Posted by YellowGreenMedia View Post

      I understand that these applications are making your life much easier, but to be honest if your looking for a builder maybe you're better of just to outsource your designs and keep full control when your working with clients, you don't wanna get sued now do you?
      Hi YellowGreenMedia, I like your idea, the thing is I didnt find any one yet to work with in tha way. At Fiverr for example there are people who make mobile website but they host the site they build, so there is no way for me to get a fee from hosting.

      What would you recommend in order to do what you just said?

      THANKS in advance!
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    • Profile picture of the author shopsmartt
      Virky,

      Thanks for initiating this thread--very timely for me. And thanks to everyone contributing to it. As a newbie this was super helpful. I had already purchased a decent WP site builder but didn't really realize that they are much slower than a slim php builder.

      Dave, a special shout out to you for your recommendations. I just put my nickle down on WillR's product and am about to start downloading. Not that my opinion means much, but I will look at it through the eyes of a newb and provide a review here and on the WSO.

      Man I love the Warrior Forum! You guys are the best...

      Cheers,
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Wilhite
    Originally Posted by virky View Post

    Can you advise what is the best mobile website builder that is cost effective?
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    Really, there's a lot. A bunch of it. YOU just need to identify first "what" you really want before engaging your business to one. One software may be good in one aspect but lacks the most important thing.

    Good luck.

    Cheers!

    Mary
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  • Profile picture of the author nownzen
    Thanks everybody, this was helpful. Been confused about which app to use to do this for my blogs, squeeze pages, etc. The ones that are free for the wp blogs don't really make that great of looking mobile sites, now I can.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nanaswhimsy
      Originally Posted by nownzen View Post

      Thanks everybody, this was helpful. Been confused about which app to use to do this for my blogs, squeeze pages, etc. The ones that are free for the wp blogs don't really make that great of looking mobile sites, now I can.
      Based on what I have read, squeeze pages and pop ups are a huge frustration for mobile phone users and as such not recommended.
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  • Profile picture of the author UTarmadillo
    I agree with you YellowGreenMedia, but that is the problem, there is so much out there it is a bit of a time sink finding what is worth looking at. Do you have any suggestions for a good place to start building on your own?

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author DeltaForce
    I picked up somebody to do it from fiverr for cheap, $5 per page.
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  • Profile picture of the author theysawgold
    Great thread! I was thinking about trying out EzFanpageGenerator.
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  • Profile picture of the author KCNL
    I will stay away from plugins like http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ptinforms.html in the future..

    I also bought it, ( as i do almost all of the mobile wso`s ) but you don`t want to put your mobile sites at the mercy of the (at the moment) non responsive developer...
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    • Profile picture of the author UTarmadillo
      I decided to just use dreamweaver cs5.5, Photoshop and brush up on some html.
      I put together a site but it took a while. Let's see how fast I can get at this.
      Thanks for the reply YellowGreen.
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      • Profile picture of the author KCNL
        @Legacy3

        You are right, i stand corrected about sunnygals plugin, but what i really wanted to say is that maybe its not the best option to build your mobile website business on wordpress plugins.

        Wordpress is great but i have also had a lot of problems with it in the past..
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        • Profile picture of the author Kevin Z
          Originally Posted by KCNL View Post

          @Legacy3

          You are right, i stand corrected about sunnygals plugin, but what i really wanted to say is that maybe its not the best option to build your mobile website business on wordpress plugins.

          Wordpress is great but i have also had a lot of problems with it in the past..
          Wordpress was never made for mobile! While it can sometimes come close, unless you have the perfect cocktail of plugins it will never be 100% optimized.

          And even when it does work, a plug-in changes/requires updating and the house of cards gets shaky.

          I personally recommend a hosted/mobile first solution.
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    • Profile picture of the author winsto
      Originally Posted by KCNL View Post

      I will stay away from plugins like http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ptinforms.html in the future..

      I also bought it, ( as i do almost all of the mobile wso`s ) but you don`t want to put your mobile sites at the mercy of the (at the moment) non responsive developer...
      Exactly KCNL I would not advice any one to get this plugin.I do not know what maid me buy a product with no guaranty in the first place.I would have know there is some thing not right about it
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      • Profile picture of the author Legacy3
        Originally Posted by winsto View Post

        Exactly KCNL I would not advice any one to get this plugin.I do not know what maid me buy a product with no guaranty in the first place.I would have know there is some thing not right about it
        Actually Winsto, KCNL's statement about the developer being non-responsive was retracted after my post (which was accidentally deleted - see #37) stating that the plugin was JUST updated. KCNL made that statement a day or so before a major update of the EZMSG plugin was released to show a VERY responsive developer.

        Here we are again, on the cusp of version 3.0 of the plugin being released (with an HTML export feature so that sites built with plugin can standalone from Wordpress) and there is a need to debunk further myths about the plugin or the commitment of the developer.

        Irene, the developer of the plugin, actually uses EZMSG herself in her own offline business to service mobile clients. As a result there is an apparent commitment to make sure that the plugin works well and that new features are added. Furthermore, there is a thriving community on her thread, now 24 pages long, proving that several hundred if not thousands are having success with the plugin.

        If you had problems getting the plugin to work you should have submitted a ticket to Irene (she would have helped) or you should have posted to her thread where other users have been more than willing to answer questions. If your questions could not be answered and you couldn't get the plugin to work she does provide a 100% Money Back Guarantee (as seen on page 1 of her thread).

        Bottom line there is a guarantee, help is available, and the plugin absolutely does work.

        It is because of the Developer's support and commitment to the plugin that I believe EZ Mobile Site Generator is one of the best mobile website builders available - and it keeps getting better.
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        • Profile picture of the author edzle
          Originally Posted by Legacy3 View Post

          Actually Winsto, KCNL's statement about the developer being non-responsive was retracted after my post (which was accidentally deleted - see #37) stating that the plugin was JUST updated. KCNL made that statement a day or so before a major update of the EZMSG plugin was released to show a VERY responsive developer.

          Here we are again, on the cusp of version 3.0 of the plugin being released (with an HTML export feature so that sites built with plugin can standalone from Wordpress) and there is a need to debunk further myths about the plugin or the commitment of the developer.

          Irene, the developer of the plugin, actually uses EZMSG herself in her own offline business to service mobile clients. As a result there is an apparent commitment to make sure that the plugin works well and that new features are added. Furthermore, there is a thriving community on her thread, now 24 pages long, proving that several hundred if not thousands are having success with the plugin.

          If you had problems getting the plugin to work you should have submitted a ticket to Irene (she would have helped) or you should have posted to her thread where other users have been more than willing to answer questions. If your questions could not be answered and you couldn't get the plugin to work she does provide a 100% Money Back Guarantee (as seen on page 1 of her thread).

          Bottom line there is a guarantee, help is available, and the plugin absolutely does work.

          It is because of the Developer's support and commitment to the plugin that I believe EZ Mobile Site Generator is one of the best mobile website builders available - and it keeps getting better.
          I couldn't agree with you more Legacy3. Been using ezmobilesitegenerator and very happy with it.

          I get great result and so easy to use, its like fill in the blanks and you're done.

          Regarding "non-responsive" developer, I sent an email to the support and Irene came back to me in no time at all and solved the issue. Irene is very supportive and she knows how to look after her customers.

          I just received an email from her that she will be going to the hospital for about 3 - 4 days and she promised that as soon as she comes out of the hospital, she'll get back to us again and release the new update. Actually she even released another update as somehow some users are having trouble when exporting, so she fixed that issue first before even going to the hospital. Is that what you call a "non responsive" developer:confused: I don't think so.

          Anyway that's my two bobs, And NO, I'm not Irene's affiliate, just one happy camper.

          Cheers.
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      • Profile picture of the author minhlage
        There are many types of mobile website builder & i share some website for mobile builder :

        1. Wapple

        2. Mobify Studio

        3. Wirenode

        4. Mobi10

        5. bMobilized

        6. Mofuse

        7. MobilePress

        8. Mobile Plugin

        9. Mobile Joomla

        10. Magento Mobile
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      • Profile picture of the author massiveappeal
        I like dudamobile for a couple reasons:

        1. very easy to update/customize
        2. has very useful features like click to call or click for directions etc.
        3. no programming knowledge needed what so ever

        The only downside is that there is a monthly fee, if you signup as a reseller its only $6/month which I pass on to my clients.

        thanks!
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        • Profile picture of the author varelini
          I bought some WSOs and I just love everything I learned and they are really good choices, Will products is an example.

          But I must say goMobi is a very good and simple option trough OpenSRS

          I pay $2.50 for each active site and I have a WYSIWYG interface with drag and drop concept.

          Just a few clicks and site done with cery cool features.
          They will release a new version that will be more awesome.

          Using goMobi with other hosting company, it's more expensive $5+ , I really advise OpenSRS.

          You can also offer a free 30 day trial to your clients, since you have it in all your new created websites using opensrs.

          Just my 2 cents =)
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      • Profile picture of the author tracourt
        I got an ad from NetObjects yesterday and they were giving 30 day trials of their mobile site builder Mosiac. I tried it and it looks pretty cool. Anybody have any thoughts/experiences with this. Here's my site I made in about 10 minutes. 518 Cafe - Home Page
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      • Profile picture of the author wave carl
        dudamobile works for me
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      • Profile picture of the author mobileloyal
        I've built for churches using MobilizeMy.com, it's easy to use.
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      • Profile picture of the author James Woods
        I was just looking through this thread and did not see anyone mention of catalyst as an option for mobile sites. Not sure what catalyst is?

        Its a Wordpress theme framework with unlimited customization options and includes mobile options.

        My signature site is built using it. Have a look see what you think. The powered by catalyst link is bottom right corner of the page

        Catalyst is a one time buy of $127.

        I Hope this helps

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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    I have used many and spent many $ trying to find the perfect mobile building platform. Have to say for ease of use and tidy sites, WillR's tops 99% of others out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author McCoy
    I would recommend Wapple and Mobify Studio... Wapple is a user friendly..try it
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    • Profile picture of the author phpindia
      Originally Posted by McCoy View Post

      I would recommend Wapple and Mobify Studio... Wapple is a user friendly..try it
      I have also used Wapple and it really works good for developing mobile websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jami Pagan
    if you have an existing website like I did, I had this guy from fiverr convert it to mobile friendly version for very good price, then bought m.MyAddress.com format from my ISP for $40 annually.. hope u guys can be benefited from mobile marketing... I will convert 1 page website to Mobile website for $5 on fiverr.com
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  • Profile picture of the author mojo1
    push button easy site builder with dudabmobile for those with no to low tech skills.
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  • Profile picture of the author Qcreek
    i would recommend gomobi or pidjn.
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
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      Please stop posting links to your website. I've seen you do this same thing before. It is against the rules of this forum and you are likely to get banned if you keep on doing it.
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        • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
          Originally Posted by iBrandvertise View Post

          Quit being a big baby!!! What are you 5?? Who cares, don't click on it!
          Big Baby? Perhaps you better read the rules. You will find that responsible members "try" and guide those who do not know better... Those that do know better will find no access sooner or later.
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  • Profile picture of the author jayspann
    Ive tried a few different ways and I agree that WP is not quite there for mobile. Right now I'm using an HTML5 composer and just making the sites from scratch.

    Super easy and fast to make but a little bit of a hassle to update... if your lazy like me

    Jay
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    • Profile picture of the author Legacy3
      Originally Posted by jayspann View Post

      Ive tried a few different ways and I agree that WP is not quite there for mobile. Right now I'm using an HTML5 composer and just making the sites from scratch.

      Super easy and fast to make but a little bit of a hassle to update... if your lazy like me

      Jay
      Jay, I also use an HTML5 editor and several scripts to build mobile sites along with WP. For ease of updates, WP is hard to beat.

      You may find that when your WP mobile sites are on a clean WP install and paired with a good caching plugin like WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, or Quick Cache you will see near instant load times as if you had used one of the other methods to build your mobile site.

      WP can be a great tool to build mobile just as it is a great tool to build desktop sites even though it was only originally intended for blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    This is turning into a very good thread. Some very good points and advice.

    Have to agree about My Mobile Business. It has helped me lots and has been the money maker overall.

    I have been experimenting with HTML5 and finding it to be great for simple sites. It could of course be great for complex sites, but I need to learn more.

    Also learning the jQuery Mobile | jQuery Mobile setup. Not bad at all, just little learning curve.

    Have found EZ Mobile Site Generator (Irene's WP Plugin) to be great for the more complex layouts. With the release of V3 and HTML export it may become my favorite but time will tell.

    SO, please do keep sharing. I am enjoying all the advice and examples.

    Terry
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  • Profile picture of the author picky
    Please if I may ask, what is mobile website and how does it work. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jones178
    Im just starting to grow my business and have been interested in Mobile website builders. What is the easiest to use for someone just starting out, and has good customer support?
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    • Profile picture of the author sadiecopywriter
      Originally Posted by Jones178 View Post

      Im just starting to grow my business and have been interested in Mobile website builders. What is the easiest to use for someone just starting out, and has good customer support?
      Wp mobile by Jason Fladlin. It's Wordpress based.
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    • Profile picture of the author Legacy3
      Originally Posted by Jones178 View Post

      Im just starting to grow my business and have been interested in Mobile website builders. What is the easiest to use for someone just starting out, and has good customer support?
      I'd have to say:
      http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...6-reviews.html
      AND
      http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ptinforms.html

      WillR's WSO is a business in a box, which includes a script to build beautiful sites manually along with documents and instructions on how to sell mobile sites as a business.

      Irene's EZMSG WSO includes a WP plugin that lets you build and manage sites using wordpress for ease of use. It's VERY powerful. One of the key benefits is that you can build multiple client sites off of ONE wordpress install.

      She just released version 3.0 yesterday. The new update now supports background images for the ultimate in customization and the ability to export your site to HTML so that it can stand alone from wordpress, load faster, and be placed on a clients server (if you desired). There were other significant add ons too and she is constantly upgrading this plugin.

      You'll get great support with both of these products and the best thing is you can buy them both for less than the price of one theme on WP Mobile Pro or less than the cost of one month with some of the hosted site builders.
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      • Profile picture of the author BradKahlon
        Hi,

        Thanks for your informative post regarding the mobi site builders, I was looking for a robust self hosted solution and these meet my requirements.
        Cheers

        Originally Posted by Legacy3 View Post

        I'd have to say:
        http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...6-reviews.html
        AND
        http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ptinforms.html

        WillR's WSO is a business in a box, which includes a script to build beautiful sites manually along with documents and instructions on how to sell mobile sites as a business.

        Irene's EZMSG WSO includes a WP plugin that lets you build and manage sites using wordpress for ease of use. It's VERY powerful. One of the key benefits is that you can build multiple client sites off of ONE wordpress install.

        She just released version 3.0 yesterday. The new update now supports background images for the ultimate in customization and the ability to export your site to HTML so that it can stand alone from wordpress, load faster, and be placed on a clients server (if you desired). There were other significant add ons too and she is constantly upgrading this plugin.

        You'll get great support with both of these products and the best thing is you can buy them both for less than the price of one theme on WP Mobile Pro or less than the cost of one month with some of the hosted site builders.
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    I'm use WPtouch plugin
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  • Profile picture of the author 4webmaster
    I'm soon gone have like hundreds business owners to contact me for a mobile website, I can't do all in a short time, what will be the best solution?
    Outsource? but I'm afraid he will take away my clients.
    Mobile platform like duda reseller?
    Any ideas?
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    • Profile picture of the author BizGrabbers
      Originally Posted by 4webmaster View Post

      I'm soon gone have like hundreds business owners to contact me for a mobile website, I can't do all in a short time, what will be the best solution?
      Outsource? but I'm afraid he will take away my clients.
      Mobile platform like duda reseller?
      Any ideas?
      LimeCellular's new Premium Website builder is awesome. They have a YouTube video showing it in action.
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    • Profile picture of the author AlisonM
      Originally Posted by 4webmaster View Post

      I'm soon gone have like hundreds business owners to contact me for a mobile website,
      That's great news .... how did you manage that (and how do you know) if you don't mind me asking.

      Well done!
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      • Profile picture of the author 4webmaster
        Originally Posted by AlisonM View Post

        That's great news .... how did you manage that (and how do you know) if you don't mind me asking.

        Well done!
        This is the basic of marketing:

        1- Build a professional website that targets your local area
        2- Set a mockup for mobile or use a simulator to show clients sites (before, after)
        3- Build a facebook page with a contest (win free mobile site design or ipad, like us; for example)
        4- Make a list of potential clients from your area

        Get FB fans, send email to potential clients....

        Make sure all is ready then reach your goals.

        If your marketing was mixed correctly just like when you make a cake, it could get you 100+ customers in a short time, the problem is: you must be able to satisfied them or it could be a nightmare!

        Having 100+ clients is not something WOW but almost everyone in mobile design here have it, it can be in a short time if well marketing done or take longer for others, It's just a minimum to have otherwise must convert into another business to make profit and a living.
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  • Profile picture of the author massiveray
    I'm in shock that nobody has mentioned warriorben yet, sign up to his email list and he will send you a free HTML/CSS mobile site and instructions on how to customise it.

    Add a little bit of code in your head tags and BOOM, free mobile site in about 2 mins, for an example visit leedsmarketing.org on your mobile device.
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    • Profile picture of the author mobiles
      Originally Posted by massiveray View Post

      I'm in shock that nobody has mentioned warriorben yet, sign up to his email list and he will send you a free HTML/CSS mobile site and instructions on how to customise it.

      Add a little bit of code in your head tags and BOOM, free mobile site in about 2 mins, for an example visit leedsmarketing.org on your mobile device.
      Hi massiveray, could you please tell me who is warriorben? How can I sign up to his list?

      THANKS in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Wilhite
    Originally Posted by virky View Post

    Can you advise what is the best mobile website builder that is cost effective?
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    You will find mobile site builders -- but let me share the 10 Topmost builders:

    1. Wapple
    2. Mobify Studio
    3. Wirenode
    4. Mobi10
    5. bMobilized
    6. Mofuse
    7. Mobile Press
    8. Mobile Plugin
    9. Mobile Joomla
    10. Magento Mobile.

    Let me know which one works best for you, okay?

    Cheers!

    Mary
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    • Profile picture of the author 4webmaster
      Originally Posted by Mary Wilhite View Post

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      You will find mobile site builders -- but let me share the 10 Topmost builders:

      1. Wapple
      2. Mobify Studio
      3. Wirenode
      4. Mobi10
      5. bMobilized
      6. Mofuse
      7. Mobile Press
      8. Mobile Plugin
      9. Mobile Joomla
      10. Magento Mobile.

      Let me know which one works best for you, okay?

      Cheers!

      Mary
      You might find some answer here: Mobile Website Builder: a list of 10 great tools to build your mobile website. | The 10 Most.com
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      • Profile picture of the author khpro
        4WebMaster - thank you for sharing the original resource for this list. When sharing lists compiled by another author, a link or at least a byline for proper attribution (like 4WebMaster did) is good web etiquette; sometimes the legal requirement. (just sharing as an FYI for those that are not in the know) - sorry if that sounded didactic.
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        • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
          Originally Posted by khpro View Post

          4WebMaster - thank you for sharing the original resource for this list. When sharing lists compiled by another author, a link or at least a byline for proper attribution (like 4WebMaster did) is good web etiquette; sometimes the legal requirement. (just sharing as an FYI for those that are not in the know) - sorry if that sounded didactic.
          Sorry, but you lost this old man... What lists and forgive me for not understanding.
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          • Profile picture of the author khpro
            Apologies - I hardly post here. I assumed I could reply to a particular message with the reply buttons on each message...it was something half way down on page 2.

            Now to offer some constructive input on topic: I'll drop a plug for MyMobileBusiness. I take a research approach instead of a "lemme try it" approach, so after looking into many builders and programs, I went with the one from Will with no regrets.

            It looks like there are some other good options if you're up for taking the path of a coder, which I may explore down the road. Right now, MyMobileBusiness has everything I need; leaving me wanting for nothing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve Solem
      Originally Posted by ElenaEn View Post

      Steve, you can certainly create as many pages as you need. In fact, we have unlimited pages on all accounts.

      Regarding hosting, with piJnz you have an option to download your mobile site in "static" format (HTML, CSS, images, etc). All the server-side functionality - mobile form submissions, integrations with 3rd party platforms (such as pushing your mobile form submissions into MailChimp), tracking of mobile site conversions and interactions, future changes to the site via the CMS backend - of course, is generated by our server, and you would lose that if you decide to host the site yourself.
      Thanks Elena - I really appreciate the additional info you provided here.

      Now that I think back to my experience with this last summer (and I dont know if that WSO offered at the time was a reseller of PiJin or something that later evolved into PiJin) but the claim at that time was that you could create unlimited pages.

      That much was true, as you could create a site and download it to host it somewhere else and then go to work on another site, but then the only way to edit the site you created earlier was to go in by hand with a text editor and make changes to it.

      It sounds like in its current form that PiJIn has much more generous limits as does the version Lime if offering with their accounts, but it would be a nice feature that exported websites could be imported back into the system if edits needed to be made in the future.
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      • Profile picture of the author SirThomas
        Originally Posted by Steve Solem View Post


        ...but it would be a nice feature that exported websites could be imported back into the system if edits needed to be made in the future.
        I thought about the very same thing! I think, it might be possible... Or you could just re-create the site, if necessary


        Thomas
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    • Profile picture of the author jfoster01
      Originally Posted by ElenaEn View Post

      Just wanted to clarify a couple of pointers regarding piJnz:


      Steve, you can certainly create as many pages as you need. In fact, we have unlimited pages on all accounts.

      Regarding hosting, with piJnz you have an option to download your mobile site in "static" format (HTML, CSS, images, etc). All the server-side functionality - mobile form submissions, integrations with 3rd party platforms (such as pushing your mobile form submissions into MailChimp), tracking of mobile site conversions and interactions, future changes to the site via the CMS backend - of course, is generated by our server, and you would lose that if you decide to host the site yourself.




      Our unique visitor limits are very generous, and would only be relevant if you are running a very successful marketing campaign for a larger client, that is probably generating 500+ leads or contacts from the mobile site a month. (In which case you'd probably charge your client accordingly, since this can be a lot of revenue for them).

      By the way, piJnz platform also tracks conversions (actions mobile visitors take on the mobile site, such as how many phone calls or form submissions your client has received from their mobile site or a QR code landing page).

      We offer true White Label plans (everything set up on your domain/URL). However, you do not need a White Label option if you are planning on building the mobile sites yourself. You need the White Label option if you are planning on giving clients access to your piJnz mobile builder control panel.

      If you have any other questions, please PM me, and I'll be happy to answer. Or call our 877 number.
      Hi ElenaEn, I can't PM yet so can you PM me or email me at john [dot] foster 1012 [at] gmail dot com. I have some questions about your platform but it looks great!
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    There are lots of mobile website creating tools. You can use CME or MMB to do your job.
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    • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
      Nice looking mobile sites. But shame on you, was getting ready for bed but now got the munchies for Fuzzy's, lol



      Originally Posted by ElenaEn View Post

      SirThomas,

      We bill you based on the active (undeleted) sites you have on your piJnz account on your monthly billing date (which is currently the 1st of the month). So if you delete the old ones and replace them with the new ones, you would probably be good at our $49/month account, or even the $15/month account.
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    But shame on you, was getting ready for bed but now got the munchies for Fuzzy's
    we love Fuzzy's : )
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      Originally Posted by will15269 View Post

      hello hello
      Every post you have made on the Warrior forum is exactly like this one?

      Can I say: hello mods?
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  • Profile picture of the author bguest
    I used maddogdomains.com it is cost and effective that will only cost $3.99 a month for the web hosting and a $1.99 something per domain..
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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    If you want something cheap and quick, dudamobile is a good option.
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  • Profile picture of the author kg4izp
    On the CMS Mobile, there is no contact on the page, this seems strange.
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  • Profile picture of the author hannahflinders
    Would be interested in what you folks think is the best mobile site builder.

    I'm using mobisitegalore. It's dead easy to use. OK the end result is not awesome but isn't that the whole idea. Produce something simple with one clicks to get everything the user needs. I download the site so can change any code which is handy (mind I am no code expert but you can add bits for seo etc)

    Gomobi looks good but there are compliance problems by the look of it.

    Any comments on your experiences with site builders appreciated.

    Mobile Apps Development
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    • Profile picture of the author midasman09
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      Ya....I tried DudaMobile and totally agree with Kevin;

      (a couple of client desktop sites we've tried to convert on Dudamobile, just did not convert well at all. The formatting was off, the important pieces were missing while non-important pieces were in the premium screen space spot (and looking horrible). I just found it easier to spend 15-30 minutes copying and pasting and arranging the information the way my customer would want to see it on a mobile device and making it look like "candy" (on the hosted mobile CMS that we are using).

      >> Then, you can present them to businesses as a sample of what's possible.
      The results just weren't presentable at all for some of the sites (about half) that we've tried.

      Yup....MOST of the sites that Duda created for me....WITHIN SECONDS! Were NOT presentable to my prospects. Most of the sites had Flash somewhere and (of course) did not show and....most of the Photos came across in the wrong spots of smaller than they should be...etc.

      The result being (for US doers)....I CANNOT present Dudas "Quickie Sites" to my prospects.

      So....what's the solution?

      1) Get WillR's or Quentin's programs (learn them)
      2) Using www.IPhoneTester.co (or a similar Simulator)...send prospects what their sites look like on a Phone.
      3) Tell them YOU have created a "Mobile Site" for them (you really haven't...YET!) and...if they'd like to SEE it....they can Reply to the email.
      4) When you get responses....using Will's or Quenton's programs....make a "Sample" site....hosted on YOUR Host.
      5) Then....discuss any changes they'd like and CLOSE the deal!

      Don Alm....Closer
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      • Profile picture of the author MoBuzz
        Originally Posted by midasman09 View Post

        Ya....I tried DudaMobile and totally agree with Kevin;

        (a couple of client desktop sites we've tried to convert on Dudamobile, just did not convert well at all. The formatting was off, the important pieces were missing while non-important pieces were in the premium screen space spot (and looking horrible). I just found it easier to spend 15-30 minutes copying and pasting and arranging the information the way my customer would want to see it on a mobile device and making it look like "candy" (on the hosted mobile CMS that we are using).

        >> Then, you can present them to businesses as a sample of what's possible.
        The results just weren't presentable at all for some of the sites (about half) that we've tried.

        Yup....MOST of the sites that Duda created for me....WITHIN SECONDS! Were NOT presentable to my prospects. Most of the sites had Flash somewhere and (of course) did not show and....most of the Photos came across in the wrong spots of smaller than they should be...etc.

        The result being (for US doers)....I CANNOT present Dudas "Quickie Sites" to my prospects.

        So....what's the solution?

        1) Get WillR's or Quentin's programs (learn them)
        2) Using www.IPhoneTester.co (or a similar Simulator)...send prospects what their sites look like on a Phone.
        3) Tell them YOU have created a "Mobile Site" for them (you really haven't...YET!) and...if they'd like to SEE it....they can Reply to the email.
        4) When you get responses....using Will's or Quenton's programs....make a "Sample" site....hosted on YOUR Host.
        5) Then....discuss any changes they'd like and CLOSE the deal!

        Don Alm....Closer
        I agree with this, I am a Duda reseller but I do not actually "resell" their product. I do however use it as a tool. When I am hitting the pavement and come across a hot prospect it can be useful to show them an IDEA of what there site will look like. If they decide to buy I would then build there site.

        The great thing is that Duda usually does a good job with the home page capturing the logo ect. You can usually tweak a few things quickly and have a live version of their site viewable on a simulator, or a link they can type in there phone within 5 minutes. BUT I would not attempt to do it in front of the client because as mentioned in the above post, some sites just do not convert.

        I guess my point is that Duda can def be a good TOOL used to help sell mobile sites but the actual site should not be built there because of reasons already mentioned, and of coarse the fact that NEITHER YOU OR YOUR CLIENT WILL OWN THE SITE!
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  • Profile picture of the author Qaspiel
    EZMobileSiteGenerator is the one I ended up with and it creates amazing sites very easily.
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      I am looking for someone who knows EZMobileSiteBuilder that outsources building a mobile site for a reasonable price. Do you know of anyone?
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  • Profile picture of the author UncleChucke
    If you want to build a mobile friendly website...you might want to check out www.biz250.mobi its robust and has a lot of features. I bought WILLR's and would recommend his as well...

    Cheers, To All Uncle Chucke
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  • Profile picture of the author warbar
    WillR's My Mobile Business is outstanding. Even if you are with a company such as Lime or Avid who have built in website builders, I'm not sure you can go wrong with the HTML based sites that Will shows you how to build.

    Sure, you can use the built in components as well, but I've used Lime's and I've used Will's. Both do a nice job, but I could bump out a really nice looking site quicker and easier with Will's.

    Having built sites that are independent of white label platforms is a good insurance policy in the unlikely event your white label provider were to go out of business or experience a significant outage at some point. There are other WP based website builders out there that some will swear by. I'm sure they are outstanding options as well, but for my money, Will's is the way to go if you are going to be building mobile sites outside of a white label system you may be with.

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    • Profile picture of the author Adwizard
      Originally Posted by warbar View Post

      WillR's My Mobile Business is outstanding. Even if you are with a company such as Lime or Avid who have built in website builders, I'm not sure you can go wrong with the HTML based sites that Will shows you how to build.

      Sure, you can use the built in components as well, but I've used Lime's and I've used Will's. Both do a nice job, but I could bump out a really nice looking site quicker and easier with Will's.

      Having built sites that are independent of white label platforms is a good insurance policy in the unlikely event your white label provider were to go out of business or experience a significant outage at some point. There are other WP based website builders out there that some will swear by. I'm sure they are outstanding options as well, but for my money, Will's is the way to go if you are going to be building mobile sites outside of a white label system you may be with.

      Warren

      I think WillR's system uses PHP, not HTML... I'm not sure but I believe Quinten Browns system does use HTML... I just got WillR's system yesterday and I do think he is awesome. I just looked at Quintens and if one has the ability to put the page together in photoshop which I think he said he does and then puts the script to it... IMHO that would allow a person to make much fancier pages with nicer graphics... I am going to buy his system also to try it out. I like the idea of being able to have so many different templates.

      Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author josephjabawaba
    Does a website need to have a mobile phone version? Many mobile web browsers can handle normal website templates anyway, or many templates have an automatic mobile phone version anyway, don't they?

    For example, opera mini does this, don't they?
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    • Profile picture of the author DougPage
      Originally Posted by josephjabawaba View Post

      Does a website need to have a mobile phone version? Many mobile web browsers can handle normal website templates anyway, or many templates have an automatic mobile phone version anyway, don't they?

      For example, opera mini does this, don't they?
      Only if you don't mind looking at a site that is all scrunched up. The website is displayed in mini format. Yes you can enlarge but then you have to pan all over to find what you are looking for. Gets old really fast. A true mobile site is designed from the outset to be easy to navigate with your fingers. Most mobile users also are looking for information differently than a desktop user. So, for example, you would want to make it easy for them to call you or let them know your address to get there. And no most themes do not have a mobile version. And the good ones that do, make it so that you can create a whole different site than what is displayed to a desktop user.
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      • Profile picture of the author jlazarus17
        Originally Posted by DougPage View Post

        Only if you don't mind looking at a site that is all scrunched up. The website is displayed in mini format. Yes you can enlarge but then you have to pan all over to find what you are looking for. Gets old really fast. A true mobile site is designed from the outset to be easy to navigate with your fingers. Most mobile users also are looking for information differently than a desktop user. So, for example, you would want to make it easy for them to call you or let them know your address to get there. And no most themes do not have a mobile version. And the good ones that do, make it so that you can create a whole different site than what is displayed to a desktop user.
        That's not necessarily true....Responsive sites look great on mobile phones - and don't require a separate theme! There's tons of them out there now - heck even WP's standard twenty-eleven is now responsive...And, I'm actually wondering why everyone wants to do mobile sites for businesses, instead of just saying "Hey, I can revamp your ENTIRE site - make it a responsive site that works with desktop, ipad, tablet, phone, etc....And you'll never have to worry about updating two different sites again."

        I think that is where the future is.
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        • Profile picture of the author WillR
          Originally Posted by jlazarus17 View Post

          That's not necessarily true....Responsive sites look great on mobile phones - and don't require a separate theme! There's tons of them out there now - heck even WP's standard twenty-eleven is now responsive...And, I'm actually wondering why everyone wants to do mobile sites for businesses, instead of just saying "Hey, I can revamp your ENTIRE site - make it a responsive site that works with desktop, ipad, tablet, phone, etc....And you'll never have to worry about updating two different sites again."

          I think that is where the future is.
          I don't know about you but I don't want to just display the same information to a mobile user that I would to a desktop user. They are two very different types of browsers. Mobile is not just about the responsiveness of the design, it is also about prioritizing and customizing your information for mobile users.
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    • Profile picture of the author Galahad
      Originally Posted by josephjabawaba View Post

      Does a website need to have a mobile phone version? Many mobile web browsers can handle normal website templates anyway, or many templates have an automatic mobile phone version anyway, don't they?

      For example, opera mini does this, don't they?

      Hi josephjabawaba,

      I was thinking on that quite a while. For me the main reason for a mobile site is the different approach and expectation a customer has on a mobile site. He just wants quick info. And somewhere I read about the fact that most of the mobile users just want to have the phone number (about 83 %) and second they want the address/direction (78 %).

      If you provide that on a mobile that would be sufficient.

      Best
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    • Profile picture of the author Adwizard
      Originally Posted by tj@marketeem View Post

      I need an ebook software package. Can you advise?

      Ebook Software Package for what?
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  • Profile picture of the author Desmond87
    I've been playing around with some builders. Duda mobile seems quite bad. I spend more time cleaning up the site than if I just create it from scratch. I wonder how they got the partnership with google.

    One rather decent builder I tried is MobDis. Seems like nobody here tried it yet since I don't see it mentioned.
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  • Profile picture of the author JJP
    It is located at Make money building Mobile Websites. It shows you exactly how to setup these simple little sites and he continues to give tips and new templates on weekly basis. I researched mobile website builders for a long time and I found his to be the best.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leron Ford
    I have purchased most of the mobile WSO's mentioned here previously, and WillR's system was by far the easiest for me to use, and it makes a really pretty site to boot.

    Now that I have a pretty good handle on his system, I plan on getting familiar with some of the other mobile website WSO's I've purchased (there are quite a few good ones to choose from, although WillR's is my favorite) so that I can offer potential clients a wide range of options to choose from.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Saad Host
    SiteSpinner Pro is the best mobile website builder.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chazzer
      Originally Posted by Saad Host View Post

      SiteSpinner Pro is the best mobile website builder.
      Could you please explain what it is, who it's by, why you consider it the best, what other ones you've tried and what results you've had with it?

      I'm always looking for better mobile site builders.

      Thanks


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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    I would love to see/test a site built with SpinnerPro. Cannot find one on their site, which is very strange - or my glasses need updating cause do not see one.

    Just never had much luck with this these types of builders, but there is always the first for everything.

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  • Profile picture of the author try_hard_samurai
    If you know HTML 5 and CSS 3 you can get some free boilerplate templates that you can modify into whatever you need (Twitter Bootstrap & initializr). Plus, if you know some basic JavaScript or jQuery you can use the jQuery Mobile library and build some pretty nice things.

    Once you build out the first few sites you can reuse the code and contract out the design work. Plus all of that stuff is open source (aka free).

    If you want to learn javaScript just look up codecademy. In a month or two of steady practice you'll have a useful, in-demand skill set.

    However, it depends on what you are looking to do. If you absolutely hate tech and don't mind parting with some cash, then paid solutions are the way to go.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajsmith
    Doesn't Dudamobile change content on the fly....so that any change to your site automatically changes on the phone?
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  • Profile picture of the author mbitsol
    Try Swift its a mobile site builder tool that gives which enables you to create and manage any mobile ready website.
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  • Profile picture of the author andrekhrisna
    I love AppMakr and iBuildApp.
    That's the best with most features.
    Try it, fellow warrior!
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  • Profile picture of the author aaallday2010
    This place seems decent:

    http://diymobilewebsite.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author dennism70
    I use EzMobileCreator from Irene. Maximum options under 40usd and under WP. Ive build sites that have speeds of 90+.
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  • Profile picture of the author samstephan9
    As a mobile developer I can say that gomobi is good.
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    • Profile picture of the author TonyDalton
      I have been developing a mobile website builder for a while, keep you eyes open for a WSO soon!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dante2k
    I've found warrior WillR's "My Mobile Business" to be the best I've found for building mobile sites. His videos really do a good job of guiding you through the steps and the templates are very flexible. I'm a newbie and I was easily able to adapt the templates to create things not originally included in the set, such as video pages. My clients love the resulting looks.
    Here's the link

    And Will's Little Red Snapper WSO is great for helping with the logos and other design work.

    Also, I really recommend Will's WSO for marketing mobile sites through email video.
    look at here for that.

    So far WillR has really come through with good helful stuff for a newbie like me. I'm looking forward to more work from him at the same fair prices.
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  • Profile picture of the author KateSaunders
    I recommend looking at Octomobi.com. Their platform is HTML5, so your mobile websites are technically webapps. They are SUPER affordable, and you can even opt to pay the annual hosting fee and download the app to host it on your server if you prefer.

    * Very easy to build
    * Function superbly
    * Mobile SEO features
    * Flexible payment structure (and affordable)
    * Host with them for free updates at a super reasonable mo fee, or pay the annual fee and host it yourself. (Simply charge your client the annual hosting fee in addition to your design/build fee.)
    * Tested on multiple mobile platforms & browsers

    Check out their site for more details. I use Octomobi for basic sites, and own a WL of MobiFriendly that allows me to build more detailed and custom mobile web apps.

    With either option, if you contact them, tell them 'Kate' sent you, or PM me and I'll "intro" you to them. I'm happy to do what I can to help.

    ~Kate
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  • Profile picture of the author TheMole
    Being a lazy and slow worker (and learner), I had to get something that was both easy and fast. I tried many builders and after 12 months of building mobile sites, this is the combination that works best for me:
    Mobile Web Pro by Kevin Koop and Dave Cisneros. (Brilliant and extensive video tutorials) Combined with Little Red Snapper by WillR, Colorzilla plugin on Firefox and Chrome's user agent override function as an emulator.
    Do this and save yourself 12 months
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    @TheMole - Yep, that is one of my favorite combinations when I need to deploy a site fast.

    Only thing I do different since I do not use chrome is User Agent Switcher for Firefox.
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  • Profile picture of the author BuyGoodSite
    I use Adobe AIR, Flash advance version.
    its also support all platform like iPad,iPhone,Android
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  • Profile picture of the author Didoz
    yourmobisite.com if you are a newbie
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  • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
    I think Onbile is very good for this as i heard from someone.
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  • Profile picture of the author gamerightnow
    Hey Virky, i would recommend gomobi or pidjn.
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  • Profile picture of the author CypherHackz
    I have tried dudamobile and Will's WSO. After do some comparison between them two, I prefer to build mobile website using Will's WSO because i have full control on the content and it loads much faster.

    -cypher.
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    dreamweaver with jquery
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  • Profile picture of the author mydream111
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    MOBDIS is the best platform for creating mobile website.because they offer professional templates for business mobile websites, the ability to develop mobile marketing leads, designs with galleries, videos and 3D models integrated and the possibility to export the mobile websites to iOS or Android App.
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  • Profile picture of the author t0x1c350
    Blogspot platform offers great opportunities for mobile websites , try it !
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  • Profile picture of the author cnckevin
    I've been building mobile sites here and there for a while just using dream weaver and jquery mobile. However recently I started using dudamobile and am quite happy with the reseller plan. I'm hoping to make at least 3 mobile sites a week with dudamobile.
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  • Profile picture of the author TBone
    Wills stuff is awesome. Brian and Mario have an awesome software that blows anything Ive seen away..
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  • Profile picture of the author kyusho77
    There are a few good platforms on the market right now but if you don't want to pay hosting and monthly charges you can have your own software to creat mobile sites. I personally use WillR's, Niel b and Jay3866 templates and softwares. They work great for me and my clients.
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by kyusho77 View Post

      There are a few good platforms on the market right now but if you don't want to pay hosting and monthly charges you can have your own software to creat mobile sites. I personally use WillR's, Niel b and Jay3866 templates and softwares. They work great for me and my clients.
      I have always told my members that there isn't necessarily a one size fits all answer to mobile sites. There are lots of solutions out there, some better than others. Having a combination of tools at your disposal is the best option and will allow you to serve your customers needs a lot better.
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  • Profile picture of the author timmor29
    Originally Posted by virky View Post

    Can you advise what is the best mobile website builder that is cost effective?
    I'd advise using a website builder like Exai.com that automatically creates a matching mobile site for your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Scott E
    WillR WSO is the absolute best out there. Plus you are not building rehashed generic garbage templates like many of the cheaper and free online "mobile website builders". You dont want that. You want the best quality and value that you can find, and Will definetly has that.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulKlein
    Great info from you all. I'll be checking out WillR's product.

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  • Hi, I am looking at getting into mobile marketing at very little cost to set up, with big profits at the end, can anyone tell what the best programs and products out there, to get started with?
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  • Profile picture of the author murad12s
    fiverr is a great place for doing this, cheap & quality services there...
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    • Profile picture of the author JagSEO
      I think jQuery mobile is the easiest one. You just put a single line of code and you have a very versatile mobile website.
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  • Profile picture of the author brianng
    easiest solution (what I did to my websites):
    - apply a responsive template
    - were you expecting more steps? Sorry to disappoint.
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    • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
      Originally Posted by brianng View Post

      easiest solution (what I did to my websites):
      - apply a responsive template
      - were you expecting more steps? Sorry to disappoint.
      YES! This is a very simple but powerful method. Combined with jQuery you can have a very interactive site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Andy Bo
      Originally Posted by brianng View Post

      easiest solution (what I did to my websites):
      - apply a responsive template
      - were you expecting more steps? Sorry to disappoint.
      I'd agree somewhat. Some responsive themes look good on a mobile but what about companies that have used html?

      They need a mobile website.

      Regards,

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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    Responsive sucks and is the lazy way.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    That's the problem. People are trying to make mobile equivalents of their main site with all the bells and whistles and weight and code of the main site. A mobile site is not supposed to be a smaller equal to the main site. It's for a very specific purpose and that's usually to get a small amount of information to the mobile user. Location, a click to call, some services and maybe an email form. It's supposed to be very lightweight, load fast and perform a single simple task. That's why (in my opinion) the bloated code filled all bells and whistles "responsive" solution is not the best, most suitable solution if you care for your client and the needs of their mobile visitors. It might be a little bit harder to build a suitable mobile lightweight companion site but it's usually what's required and usually what's best as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Yes, a responsive theme doesn't solve some of the problems a standalone mobile website does. They usually are very heavy in code and aren't optimized for loading times on mobile devices. They also usually show the exact same information to both desktop users and mobile users, just layed out in a different manner. Mobile and desktop users are two very different types of people and should be treated as such. The information on a mobile site should be condensed and prioritized for mobile users. Things like opening hours, directions, menus, etc are what a mobile user is looking for. It's not always going to be the same for a desktop user. Desktop users are generally browsing -- mobile users are generally after a specific piece of information and want it as fast as possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Ayling
    This is the same problem that was found when print companies tried to build websites the same way as glossy brochures - different medium requires a different and separate approach.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    Everyone has different ideas on responsive design. It does not have to be bulky or slow to load. Use it for light weight sites from time to time with great results. Have some customers who swear by it. Have some new customers come my way because other designers try to talk them out of using and they want it, so send them my way

    I use SimpleGrid as a base.

    I say each for there own. But the bulk of my mobile business is based on mobile jquery. If you stay way from 99% of the guru's bulky templates and learn basic jQuery and DW 5.5+, you will be a lot better off.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Ayling
    I think the best mobile website builder is one that allows you to
    • Create commercial grade dedicated jQuery Mobile HTML 5 mobile web sites.
    • Creates way more than a typical brochure site - with actual functionality.
    • Does not require that you learn how to program, fill out php templates, be a technical wiz or a graphic designer (tough one, I know).
    • Does not force you to host a site on an expensive server with monthly fees.
    • Once-off cost for the builder, that I can use over and over for multiple domains and clients.
    • Easy to update the website at a client's request.
    • Allow me to focus on the business of selling and marketing mobile websites, rather than the business of making them.

    I haven't spotted one yet that does all the above - but when I do I'll let you know
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    • Profile picture of the author TimPiazza
      Originally Posted by John Ayling View Post

      I think the best mobile website builder is one that allows you to
      • Create commercial grade dedicated jQuery Mobile HTML 5 mobile web sites.
      • Creates way more than a typical brochure site - with actual functionality.
      • Does not require that you learn how to program, fill out php templates, be a technical wiz or a graphic designer (tough one, I know).
      • Does not force you to host a site on an expensive server with monthly fees.
      • Once-off cost for the builder, that I can use over and over for multiple domains and clients.
      • Easy to update the website at a client's request.
      • Allow me to focus on the business of selling and marketing mobile websites, rather than the business of making them.

      I haven't spotted one yet that does all the above - but when I do I'll let you know
      John, this is a great list, and I totally agree.

      I would probably add that a comprehensive set of features, including the ability to support mobile commerce, is also important to that "perfect" solution.

      EzMobileSiteGenerator comes pretty close to what you're looking for, though it is not perfect, and I have a few tweaks that I implement before I deliver to the client. I will say this, though. ezMSG has improved a great deal with added features since I bought it last December, and it's my platform of choice for starter mobile sites.

      I designed a new set of templates with color combinations that I think are pleasing, and I can crank out a basic site in 15 minutes, using the client submitted data via an online form.
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  • Profile picture of the author kwamster
    Originally Posted by virky View Post

    Can you advise what is the best mobile website builder that is cost effective?
    Mobile Marketing XT seems pretty good.
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  • Profile picture of the author marykay77
    I think it's important to not only consider the design, but also the functionality of the mobile site being built - especially the redirect script. I've seen lots of scripts that will automatically redirect a mobile user to the mobile site from the standard site they arrive on, but I haven't found a good script that will allow the user to go back to the standard site if they prefer.

    If you just include a link to the standard site, most scripts will just keep redirecting theme back to the mobile even if they want to stay on the standard site. Maybe a good option would be to have a popup of some type that gives them the option in the first place to go to mobile website (without redirect script).

    I'm not trying to get off topic, I just think these things are good things to consider when evaluating a mobile website builder, or if you are doing the work yourself, or outsourcing it. I'd be interesting in knowing if anyone has any ideas about a good mobile website builder that has these type of features, or maybe some good resources for the scripts as mentioned.
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by marykay77 View Post

      I think it's important to not only consider the design, but also the functionality of the mobile site being built - especially the redirect script. I've seen lots of scripts that will automatically redirect a mobile user to the mobile site from the standard site they arrive on, but I haven't found a good script that will allow the user to go back to the standard site if they prefer.

      If you just include a link to the standard site, most scripts will just keep redirecting theme back to the mobile even if they want to stay on the standard site. Maybe a good option would be to have a popup of some type that gives them the option in the first place to go to mobile website (without redirect script).

      I'm not trying to get off topic, I just think these things are good things to consider when evaluating a mobile website builder, or if you are doing the work yourself, or outsourcing it. I'd be interesting in knowing if anyone has any ideas about a good mobile website builder that has these type of features, or maybe some good resources for the scripts as mentioned.
      Any decent redirect script will NOT send them back to the mobile site if they go to the standard site. I use a redirect script that allows for that and there are plenty of them available out there. Just do a bit of searching.
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      • Profile picture of the author marykay77
        Originally Posted by WillR View Post

        Any decent redirect script will NOT send them back to the mobile site if they go to the mobile site.
        Thanks for the suggestion. I'm not sure exactly what you mean by your statement. Please explain if you get a chance.
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        • Profile picture of the author WillR
          Originally Posted by marykay77 View Post

          Thanks for the suggestion. I'm not sure exactly what you mean by your statement. Please explain if you get a chance.
          I made a mistake. All I was saying was that any half decent redirect script nowadays should NOT send people in a loop when they attempt to go back to the standard website.

          Here's a Wordpress one you can download for free:
          http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...y-v1-free.html
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          • Profile picture of the author marykay77
            WillR - OK thanks. Yes, a lot of the ones I've seen, and some of the big ones, just do the redirect one way and don't allow the option to go back. I've also seen this in a lot of mobile website templates. Thanks for the wordpress suggestion - I'd also love to know of a good script, maybe something up to date, that has this type of functionality, a script that can be used on standard websites (enter code into each page, etc).
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    Modesty prevents Will from mentioning that his own Script (when you buy his "My Mobile Business" WSO) does exactly what you're asking. It includes a link from the mobile website back to the full size website and it knows that you came from the mobile website so it will not send you back there in an endless loop if you follow his instructions.

    Click on the banner in WillR's signature to buy his business and you'll be all set to not only have that scrip but a fantastic Business In A Box as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Bill
    Originally Posted by murad12s View Post

    fiverr is a great place for doing this, cheap & quality services there...
    Cheap - maybe.
    Quality? - not so much
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert X
    I have been using Mobile Marketing XT and I really do like it. But,, It's expensive. Almost $400. It's the simple drag and drop. The only thing I don't like is that they don't let you host elsewhere. But, they do offer a lot of stuff to go with it. They have a video that shows all about it.

    Robert X

    p.s. I have WillR's and Neil's as well. I have a variety and am still looking for anything new and more advanced and easier. I pretty much am looking for one that comes with a secretary to take my dictation and build the site for me. Please,, if you know where I can find this,, pretty please,, let me know.
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  • Profile picture of the author joeaddassy
    Management-Ware Webelement is the best mobile Website builder.

    you can create a professional mobile website on less than 2 hours without writing a single html code line.

    The software cost less than 200$. You can create unlimited mobile Websites and there is no monthly fee. The license is for life.
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    • Profile picture of the author benz1
      Originally Posted by joeaddassy View Post

      Management-Ware Webelement is the best mobile Website builder.

      you can create a professional mobile website on less than 2 hours without writing a single html code line.

      The software cost less than 200$. You can create unlimited mobile Websites and there is no monthly fee. The license is for life.
      Webelement looks interesting and they have a 50% off deal on at the moment but there don't appear to be any examples of sites created with it. Do you know of any? (The discount is only until 1 Oct.)
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  • Profile picture of the author Rockt
    Lots of great self-hosted options being shared here - Wordpress themes, the two WSOs, jQuery mobile and responsive design templates.

    For the hosted equivalent you should checkout Googles "hot to go mo" resource, which has all of the best links.

    I can't link directly (post count) but if you search howtogomo and then click "Build Your Site" you should see them all.

    Duada has been mentioned a few times already, but there are a few other good ones in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author chiragaegis
    So Far I do not know of any poduct which does not have some limitaion or the other, pointed out - either by users or competitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author crs30
    I haven't looked around too much, but I use DudaMobile. It works just fine. Clients are happy, I don't have to do a ton of work.
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  • Profile picture of the author 4webmaster
    I found a professional software: Product Overview - NetObjects Fusion XII

    https://netobjects.mobi/

    Not tried yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    I have been using a service that allows you to roll your own theme over at ThemeRoller | jQuery Mobile and import it. End up with some pretty cool looking sites after you get use to it.

    You get 30 days free to try it all out The Fastest Mobile Prototyping - Codiqa

    There is not an affiliate program and I am not trying to get anything out of this other than a thanks from Max - whom is a great fellow! (Ben too) so please tell him Terry sent you
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    • Profile picture of the author Minista
      Without any dough I suggest something that is using JqueryMobile Framework for maximum compatibility.

      If you can find yourself a software that is based on JqueryMobile test it and see if it's doing what you want. Be careful before you choose a framework because the mobile market is really segmented.

      You need something that will work on all mobile devices without having to do all the tests yourself…Who get access to all mobile devices? ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    jQuery Mobile is even fun to play with.

    I have shopped on ebay, craigs list and backpage for phones. Picked up iPhone 3 with cracked screen, couple of Android and one blackberry. Least I can get an idea of how designs look like. Little smart shopping and little time, got a whole $120 invested.

    I just use the phones on WiFi to test my new ideas.

    The over all best route is to own WillR's PHP version of mobile site builder and learn jQuery. Between the two you can build what is needed.
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  • Profile picture of the author danieljackson09
    If you are based on ecommerce portal or website, then you can try with Mobile eCommerce App|mcommerce App|Mobile commerce App for free. They are converting your ecommerce website to mobile commerce app at absolutely free of cost and also generating mobile websites in Just 2 to 3 working days.
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  • Profile picture of the author benz1
    Management-Ware Webelement that was mentioned at #179 has potential, (although I believe the poster was a Troll - 6 posts, 3 of which recommend Management-Ware products). I say potential because although it is on sale I don't believe it should be yet. It's desktop software (the trial version crashed my PC so I had to use it on a laptop) but appears to tick most of the boxes and (when working) is fairly functional.

    Why do I think it shouldn't be on sale yet? Well, apparently they release bug fix updates every 2 weeks (which sounds like a beta to me), there is no documentation and some of the internal help instructions don't make sense. Apart from that the support staff are rude, don't speak great English and don't respond when you challenge what they say.

    Worth keeping an eye on as if they ever get it to a commercial standard.

    Terry, you're obviously an expert on mobile website builders. If you get a chance to try this out I'd be interested in your opinion...
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  • Profile picture of the author benz1
    Worth checking out this new WSO - Mobile Website Builder Software [IMS Commerce] - No Coding,Quality jQuery,Rapid Sites,Download Now!

    jQuery Mobile & HTML5 with commerce and digital delivery.
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    • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
      NO AFFILIATE LINKS ALLOWED!

      Originally Posted by benz1 View Post

      Worth checking out this new WSO - **********************************

      jQuery Mobile & HTML5 with commerce and digital delivery.
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      • Profile picture of the author benz1
        Originally Posted by Terry Jett View Post

        NO AFFILIATE LINKS ALLOWED!
        Apologies, I didn't realise it was, just copied the link from the Warrior Plus Notification email I received. Is that an affiliate link? In any event have replaced it with the direct link.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    LOL. Ok, I did not mean to holler.
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  • Profile picture of the author tdorland
    I use brickandmobile.
    The sites look pretty cool and they are very customizable.
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  • Profile picture of the author S3Ware
    I've used WillR & Quentin's programs too. You can't go wrong with either one and both include excellent training. In my opinion, it's best to have full control over the sites and the hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author goldenimage
    @Jackmoon, are you a white label reseller? Their pricing is not available online.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Albas
    Thumbs up for SnackWebsites.com (if you want an easy to build fully...)
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  • Profile picture of the author sanusense
    I'd like to suggest "Site Spinner Pro web design software."
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      • Profile picture of the author WillR
        Originally Posted by Terry Jett View Post

        No advertising your own products here. Not allowed.
        So quote his post and link and give him double the exposure? Even if his post was removed now his link is sitting in your post.

        Guys, if you see any spam on this forum, don't quote it or post about it. Hit the little red triangle button and report the post so the mods can delete it. You gain nothing by giving these spammers even more exposure.

        Word.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jayeshbhut
    You want to build mobile website for that lots of platform are available but choose as per the your requirement means which facility you want to put on your website. So here is the one website which has review of ten website building platform with price tag so you can take right decision and it will meet to the your requirement.

    Mobile Website Builder Review 2013 | Best Mobile Site Builder | Mobile Site Creator - TopTenREVIEWS
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    Sorry Will. I am not the genius you are. I heed and bow, plus beg forgiveness from the inventor of mobile websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeey
    Jump-mobi is by the my tool of choice. Not cheap by any means but you get what you pay for, and the support is awesome!!
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    • Profile picture of the author brianpat
      Originally Posted by mikeey View Post

      Jump-mobi is by the my tool of choice. Not cheap by any means but you get what you pay for, and the support is awesome!!
      One of my tools of choice as well mikeey, but gotta disagree about the price. talk about value for money.
      Brian
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  • Profile picture of the author ghome1971
    My mobile business website looks like a pyramid selling website. Has anyone else used it?
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    • Profile picture of the author WillR
      Originally Posted by ghome1971 View Post

      My mobile business website looks like a pyramid selling website. Has anyone else used it?
      A pyramid selling website?

      Ha, no, we just teach people how to sell mobile websites, not pyramids.
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    • Profile picture of the author BarbStep
      Originally Posted by ghome1971 View Post

      My mobile business website looks like a pyramid selling website. Has anyone else used it?
      We would need to know who it is, in order to know if we used it.
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  • Profile picture of the author annaharris
    There is lots of mobile website builder software available in the market. I mention here some of them.mobdis, wapple, onbile, mofuse, etc. From all, mofuse offers many different services to develop marketing strategies focused to mobile devices.
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  • Profile picture of the author lvcaveman
    Looking for a mobile website company to use as well. was using ad king but they are having some issues over there and bad customer support, tech is behind times, and always problems. I am looking for a company that allows me to send alerts through the app as well to the biz owners customers for deals andoffers, etc.. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author fredp
    To build it with WP and my plugin is the best way, lol
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  • Profile picture of the author betterwtveter
    I recommend creating a simple website and pay $5 to someone on Fiverr to configure your website to a mobile site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    Check out myMobi Admin here in the WSO section. Hands down the easiest and best mobile site builder on the net. No fussing with PHP code as it has a built-in editor with complete admin area. You host it and can export the finished mobile sites. Jon (the creator) is one of the nicest and helpful person around here...

    For those wishing to learn how to code their own themes, check out the free jQuery Mobile Themeroller @ ThemeRoller | jQuery Mobile
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  • Profile picture of the author Instructor
    What about the builder you were promoting Terry? Is that a wash?
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    • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
      Originally Posted by Instructor View Post

      What about the builder you were promoting Terry? Is that a wash?
      Not a total wash as I have PLR to it and all the source code, but far as the best mobile builder that tops any out there I still say myMobi Admin.

      I use three systems currently for 99% of my clients. EMB, myMobi Admin and PHP templates from Squeeze Mobi. They all have their uses in my business. If a client insist on having admin area to do their own updates, EMB is what I use.

      Far as EMB goes, hope to hire a coder to clean up the rough edges in a few months. Works but needs some coding cleanup. Since all the hard work was done, saved me some bucks by buying PLR to EMB
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  • Profile picture of the author WeavingThoughts
    Custom wordpress themes made for mobile. Requires coding knowledge.
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    • Profile picture of the author Adrian John
      I have the same opinion. Go for Custom Mobile Websites.Give value for the bucks you charge and design it to get leads, not just informative!

      Originally Posted by WeavingThoughts View Post

      Custom wordpress themes made for mobile. Requires coding knowledge.
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      • Profile picture of the author sminozzi
        Hello,
        We have a good online mobile website builder. We can offer 50% to warrior people.
        Send me a PM and i will send the link to you.
        Regards,
        Bill
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  • Profile picture of the author bobmcalister
    will do a search for it , yet I think there are several mobile responsive themes out there that dont do the redirect? thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesDG
    Hi guys,

    I'm looking for a mobile website builder which:
    - can create an unlimited number of websites and pages.
    - does not have monthly fees per website/number of pages.
    - does not mention your company name.
    - is available in multiple languages or at least flexibility in terms of menu text buttons being editable.
    - contains an admin tool which my customers can use as well to update their website.

    I've already found a few tools out there fitting these requirements but I'm looking for an alternative as well. Any ideas out there?

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author steffanmax
    I will recommend you to learn how to make apps by eclipse, it is really drag and drop and easy to do..

    On the bonus there is no fees and no split commision, with the online mobile website provider.
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  • Profile picture of the author AZJ0SH
    I am using WillR's templates currently, I made some modifications to stand out a bit but they are a great starting point and his videos/guides are great. I made 5-10 demo sites on subdomains which I demo on pages on my portfolio site using his plugins he created.

    Now my challenge is finding clients, going to start working on leads today and start cold walkins and calls/emails/mailings next week.
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Jett
    Time to unsubscribe from this thread, bunch of junk and advertisements being shared now...
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  • Profile picture of the author Mdshohidulislamrobin
    Banned
    Try one of these -

    DudaMobile

    goMobi

    Onbile

    MoFuse

    Qfuse

    ActiveMobi
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  • Squarespace. Packed with features and beautiful themes.
    Weebly. Perfect for anyone looking for something easy to use.
    Wix. Good option for those wanting detailed control of their website.
    Strikingly. The best way to create long-form, one page websites.
    Ucraft.
    XPRS.
    Voog.
    Yola.
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